COVID-19 Modified Operations

WDS employees are currently working remotely as a precaution related to COVID-19. If you need to contact WDS, please do so via email at websupport@uvu.edu. To contact individual employees, please do so via email or Microsoft Teams.

 

To check UVU's Current Condition visit uvu.info.

Find Tutorials & Documentation

Request Help

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A support ticket should be submitted for simple tasks, such as:

  • Broken links
  • OU Campus access or questions
  • Logging in to OU Campus
  • Content help
  • Form requests
  • Broken page or layout
Submit a Ticket

Submit A Project

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For complex tasks such as:

  • A new website
  • A site redesign
  • New site functionality
  • A complex form that requires routing and/or signatures

Be sure to review the project submission guidelines.

Submit a Project

Training & Site Access

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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.

You can also search for documentation and tutorials or review courses in UVULearn any time.

Request OU Campus Training

Web Site Elements: Elements Library, Components, Snippets

Elements Library

The Web Elements Library provides a variety of web elements that can be easily included on websites as snippets and components. The formatting and styling of elements is already done, and elements can be mixed and matched to meet the needs of any site.

Web Community Meeting

Friday, January 24, 10:00am; FL-120

RSVP for Web Community Mtg

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Google Analytics Dashboards

Google Analytics Dashboards provide customized data about your department or division websites.

Request Google Analytics Dashboard

Web Accessibility

Utah Valley University is committed in creating an accessible website which provides an enhanced, robust user experience.

Web accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of removing barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to websites, by people with disabilities. When sites are correctly designed, developed and edited, all users have equal access to information and functionality.

 

2020 SITE AUDIT

The UVU website will undergo a website audit every 12 months.  This audit will be coordinated through the Strategic Web Action Team (SWAT) during the early part of the year.  Each division’s Web Steward will oversee the audit for each website within their division.  This website audit needs to be complete by March 8, 2019.