Well, WordCamp St. Louis 2011 is officially over. It was great to see close to 200 WordPress enthusiasts roaming the halls of Maryville University. We even had Matt Mullenweg grace us with his presence and answer questions in a Q&A session. We were also blessed to have 20+ Automattic employees running the happiness bar where… Continue Reading
As of June 1, 2011 Web Services is now known as the Interactive Media Team. It was decided that name better reflected what we do for the campus. Along with the name change, we are hoping to start blogging more on current topics in our area.
The web services gang is in Cincinnati this week at High Ed Web conference #heweb10. Right now we are attending a session on the voice of universities in social media. What do you think? What should the Maryville voice sound like? Serious? Funny? Wise?
That’s right folks! Web Services has an opening for a Multimedia/Interactive Web Developer. Do you think you’ve got what it takes for the job? If so, you can start by going to jobs.maryville.edu and sending us your resume. That sounds great! What else can you tell me? Job Summary Design and develop interactive, multimedia content… Continue Reading
I am so proud of our campus community and the way they have embraced our new blogging platform. Students, staff, faculty, groups and organizations have all developed blogs since we launch last year. But now that we have reached the point where the new car smell is beginning to fade, I ask you, are you… Continue Reading
A blog is a website where entries are made in journal style and displayed in a reverse chronological order. Blogs often provide commentary or news on a particular subject, such as food, politics, or local news; some function as more personal online diaries. A typical blog combines text, images, and links to other blogs, web… Continue Reading
The blog site’s home page has been updated to show the different blogs in tabs of who the people are. Also, when clicking on one of the tabs, it switches the Recent Posts block in the right column to reflect the recent posts by that group.
Rusty on RedDot? Web services is holding two hour training sessions Sept 24 and 25th and again on Oct 1 and Oct 2. The two hour session will cover the basics of editing content in RedDot. Contact Ronnie Gaubatz in web services if you are interested in attending. Also, during the last week of September,… Continue Reading
Always make sure to check your Tasks when you have completed your changes. If you have something in draft mode, then it won’t be published until you submit it to the workflow via Tasks.
Web Services is releasing yet another theme to be used on the blog site. The name of this one is Maryville Two (I never claimed to be good at naming). Enjoy!