Category Archives: “Site” Seeing with DAWS

“Site” Seeing with DAWS: Regular updates about UL’s website

By: Karen Hackett

Current Feature: Web Content Platforms and Authoring Workshop

I-Tech’s Discovery, Access and Web Services Team (DAWS) is pleased to share web project updates through a series of blog posts on the University Libraries’ staff site. The goal of the posts, scheduled to be published once or twice per month, is to showcase our web development and content work, as well as share pointers to related resources. Once a post is published, it will be shared through Library News.

Our latest post features a collaboration between DAWS and Library Learning Services. We’re excited to announce that we’re teaming up to present a newly created workshop:  Web Content Platforms and Authoring. The workshop will be held on August 13, 2019, 10:00 a.m. – noon, in Foster Auditorium and on MediaSite. Topics include web content strategy, our primary web content platforms, how to provide content for each platform, and best practices and guidelines. We look forward to seeing you there!

Missed our first posts in this series? Make sure to check out:

Do you have a topic you would like to know more about or feedback you would like to share? Please feel free to contact us by sending your comments and questions to website feedback. As always, we welcome your input, and we look forward to sharing our updates and work with you.

“Site” Seeing with DAWS: Website navigation update

By: Karen Hackett

I-Tech’s Discovery, Access and Web Services Team (DAWS) is pleased to share web project updates through a series of blog posts on the University Libraries’ staff site. The goal of the posts, scheduled to be published once or twice per month, is to showcase our web development and content work, as well as share pointers to related resources. Once a post is published, it will be shared through Library News.

Our latest post, Website Navigation Update Underway, features information about the work that is being done to transition our current top-level public website navigation to reflect drop-down mega menus – large rectangular menus with grouped navigational items.

Missed our first post in this series? Make sure to check out What Accessibility Means for the Discovery, Access and Web Services Team to learn about the tools and processes we use to ensure our public website’s compliance with accessibility standards.

Do you have a topic you would like to know more about or feedback you would like to share? Please feel free to contact us by sending your comments and questions to website feedback. As always, we welcome your input, and we look forward to sharing our updates and work with you.