Each workshop now has an assigned blog that can be accessed directly by interested participants. The use of the blog should mean less photocopying of schedules, papers, announcements, etc. The blogs should be sufficient for publicizing the workshops. If, nevertheless, a coordinator wishes to establish a separate website, they can reference the websites below for help.
Please post workshop information on the bulletin board outside the Council office. Any announcements from the Council will be posted there as well. Coordinators must also follow the University policy for posting information on campus
Public Event Notice for Persons with Disabilities
University policy requires that in any advertising for any workshop event open to the University community or general public, you include a statement informing persons with disabilities whom they may contact to get assistance in attending the event. All workshops are public forums. The following statement must appear on any advertising for meetings or other functions sponsored by your workshop:
“Persons with a disability who believe they may need assistance, please call [name of workshop coordinator] in advance at [phone number where coordinator may be contacted].”
If someone contacts the CAS office with questions regarding access to your event, he/she will be referred to the workshop coordinator for further information/
If, despite having a blog, you would still like to create a webpage, please right-click on the template below to download it to your local machine. You will need a text editor such as Notepad or Wordpad to edit it. You may also use an HTML editor such as Dreamweaver or Homesite, but you will still need to manually sFTP the document back up to the server. A free sFTP client comes with the University’s Connectivity pack. Notepad comes pre-installed on Windows machines, TextEdit comes on the Mac.
The editing instructions are in PDF format, so you will need Adobe Reader to open the document.
- Right click and “Save Link (or Target) As…”: workshop page template[html file]
- Download editing instructions