These resources for Towson University web editors are a guide to creating and maintaining high quality website content.
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TU’s Web Editor Resources present a clear approach to creating quality website content that follows the best practices of online publishing. University web editors can use these resources to create a high quality online experience for TU’s website audiences.
All web editors are required to follow these publishing guidelines in order to create the best possible online experience for our diverse website audience.
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Towson University uses OU Campus as its content management system (CMS). OU Campus is designed for institutions of higher education.
OU Campus users are assigned specific roles to maintain a controlled workflow and ensure message accuracy. These roles are: unit leaders, content owners and content contributors. Unit leaders communicate their content goals to their content owners. Content owners make certain that these goals are accurately communicated online and crafted with a high level of quality. Within the CMS they review and approve all content added by their content contributors. Content contributors are responsible for adding and editing content to their assigned webpages.
To get access to OU Campus you must first be approved for permissions by contacting Ashley Arnold, arnold AT_TOWSON, and then attend OTS’s OU Campus training. OTS Training also provides training and support documentation for OU Campus.