This semester, I’m trying something new: a Google Hangout every Wednesday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. You can join from anywhere–your office, home, abroad. We can speak face to face, and even share screens so that I can see what you can see (and vice versa).
You’ll need to be logged into your Augsburg email account to access the hangout, and you will need to be on a computer with a microphone (at least) and a camera (preferred). There are also Hangout apps, so you may be able to join from a mobile device.
Join the Hangout or see the full schedule on my Meetings page.
Websites are not unlike homes. When left unattended, when not maintained, they develop clutter and slide into decay. Unlike our homes, a website is open to the public, anytime, anywhere. We do a lot of cleaning and organizing if we have people visiting our home in order to give our visitors the best impression and experience. Now imagine that every day dozens or hundreds or thousands of people you are trying to impress walk through your house. That is exactly what is happening on your website. Continue reading
UPDATED SEPTEMBER 16, 2014
So far, 28 people have completed my survey about web trainings. If you haven’t done it yet, please do. You should have received an email with “Web Training Survey” as the subject line that contains a link to the survey. Continue reading
This morning I sent out a survey to all website content managers. This survey will help me see what meeting times are best for most people, as well as feedback on what topics you would like to see covered in this year’s training sessions.
Please fill out the survey now! Continue reading
WordPress 3.8 has been released. This is my first time writing about a WordPress update, so just so you know, this sort of update is nothing new or rare–they happen every two or three months. This one you will notice, so I wanted to make you aware. Continue reading