In-person Open Lab is cancelled until further notice due to employees working remotely. If you require assistance, we will hold a virtual Open Lab on Slack, based out of the new #open-lab channel. We will do our best to support you there or via screen sharing as needed.
Oregon State University’s Web and Mobile Services is happy to announce the availability of its Web Literacy Program.
This training opportunity is a six-part, self-guided program using Bridge. The following topics are presented:
Please note that this program is not intended to be comprehensive. It's geared for the typical, non-technical OSU employee or student. The intention is to raise awareness of some important elements related to the web and to provide starting points of thought for those people who will find themselves working on the web as a regular part of their job or education.
Every Friday, Web and Mobile Services hosts the Open Lab where you can come to work on your web project while collaborating with experts and other community members. Drupal, WordPress, writing, graphics, content strategy and more.
At the OSU Digital Community Meetings, you can participate in bringing the future of Drupal to OSU, learn what other teams and departments are doing with Drupal and discover best practices about analytics, content strategy, accessibility and more.