In order to get access to a department website, you will now need to first complete the full OU Campus training program in UVULearn, which must be assigned by Web Development Services.
You can go through the training at your own pace, and it only takes about an hour total to complete.Request OU Campus Training
Friday, May 26, 10:00am; FL-120
Everyone on campus who has web site responsibilities is invited to attend Web Community Meetings, and hear about the latest news and happenings with the web at UVU.
A support ticket should be submitted for simple tasks, such as:
For complex tasks such as:
Once a project request is submitted, it is then prioritized by the University Communications Committee among all of Web Development Services' additional projects. Once the project is prioritized to the top of Web Development Services' project list, work on the project can begin.
We strongly recommend submitting a project as soon as your are aware of the need, as the project list for Web Development Services is significant and because of the prioritization process, we do not know when your project will reach the top of the list.
We also strongly recommend gathering as much information and detail about the project as possible ahead of time, so that when the project is prioritized at the top of the project list, Web Development Services can begin working promptly based on the information and content that you have gathered and provided.
When filling out the form, please provide as specific of a description as possible. In the "Project Description" field, also explain the University (and potentially community) wide impact that the project will have in order to help facilitate the prioritization process.
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