The Record returns to weekly fall schedule
The Record resumes its weekly fall publication schedule beginning with the August
15, 2005, issue. All headline submissions must be received by noon of the Thursday prior to
the issue date for inclusion in the main headline Record page of the next issue. As always,
please e-mail your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please remember that the main Record headline page is uploaded on Fridays at noon.
All individual department/organization Record announcement pages should be uploaded
on Friday afternoon so that the headlines will match the current announcements. Also,
the Record archiving program runs automatically over the weekend. If Record
pages are not uploaded to the server until Monday, they will not be be archived.
Headlines must be submitted by e-mail to email@example.com
no later than noon on Thursday for the following Monday's issue. The main headline page is
posted online by the Office of Public Affairs at noon on Friday, and all individual announcement
pages should be posted by the sponsoring department, unit or organization by that time as
Student organizations: Please use the customizable
template page to create your first Record announcement page incorporating the Record
design and navigation. Check with the CLC's Help Desk, firstname.lastname@example.org,
extension 6-5300, room 525, if you have questions about posting Record announcements.
Departments, academic units and administration: Check with Sarah Cnota in the office
of Public Affairs, extension 6-5115, or e-mail email@example.com
to obtain the Dreamweaver template for your Record page.
Dreamweaver FAQ and tutorial series launched in Web Support area of Chicago-Kent Web site
The Office of Public Affairs has posted two new tools to assist faculty and staff Web publishers
who use Dreamweaver to maintain Web pages based on the Chicago-Kent Web templates. Both the
new FAQ document and the first Dreamweaver tutorial of a series can be found at www.kentlaw.edu/websupport.
The FAQ document provides answers
to some common questions that Web publishers pose as they begin working with Dreamweaver on
the Chicago-Kent Web site. We will add new items to the FAQ document as we make note of additional
specific questions that Web publishers ask routinely.
We are also developing a series of
tutorials on common Web-publishing tasks, using Dreamweaver software, for the Chicago-Kent
community. The first tutorial is on transferring
files to and from the Web server. As more tutorials are published, we will alert subscribers
that they are available online. Web publishers may wish to check out the tutorial
index page periodically as the tutorial library grows.
Please note that these tutorials are developed with an eye toward how Dreamweaver is configured
for use with the Chicago-Kent Web site. Examples are derived from the Chicago-Kent Web site,
and there are often specific instructions and considerations that are particular to using
Dreamweaver with the Chicago-Kent templates, style sheets, and information architecture (server
Don't forget to check out the other information in the Web
Support area. Links to Web Support can be found in the Computing sections of both the
Staff Portal and Faculty Portal pages.