Bring Multimedia and
          Interactivity
to Your Site(s) at Minimal Cost
             Ellen Kanner
               Web ...
Web Services
        at Dartmouth College
• ~4000 undergrads

• Using OmniUpdate for about 6-7 years

• ~293 web editors e...
How we “do” support?


• We do the heavy lifting

• They do the content
When you’re in our situation...
Training

• We provide one-on-one introduction to
  OmniUpdate

• Monthly “Tips & Tricks” sessions with advanced
  teachin...
How do we support those
     ‘special feature’ requests?
• Photo galleries

• Rotating photo ‘badges’

• Embed video

• Go...
What do these solutions offer?

• Fairly easy option for folks with minimal
  HTML experience

• Copy HTML code from YouTu...
What do these solutions offer?

• Publicity, visibility

• Sharing - ‘subscribe’ or post elsewhere

• They’re simple and f...
Department establishes account
 • Client registers for the account

 • They’re responsible for maintaining the
   content ...
Video
Video
Video
Photo Galleries
Using Flickr
Collecting Form Data using
      Google Forms
Events on your site using
   Google Calendar
Google Maps and the
 Directions Widget
Sharing Widgets

• Addthis.com
• addtoany.com

• Exhibited on speakingof.dartmouth.edu
Questions?


     Ellen Kanner
      Web Producer/Designer
       Dartmouth College

ellen.kanner@dartmouth.edu
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Bring Multimedia and Interactivity to your site(s)

  1. 1. Bring Multimedia and Interactivity to Your Site(s) at Minimal Cost Ellen Kanner Web Producer/Designer Dartmouth College www.dartmouth.edu Tuesday, Mar. 31, 2009, 10:15-11:00 am
  2. 2. Web Services at Dartmouth College • ~4000 undergrads • Using OmniUpdate for about 6-7 years • ~293 web editors editing ~140 client websites • Managing this with a staff of 3
  3. 3. How we “do” support? • We do the heavy lifting • They do the content
  4. 4. When you’re in our situation...
  5. 5. Training • We provide one-on-one introduction to OmniUpdate • Monthly “Tips & Tricks” sessions with advanced teachings and multimedia options
  6. 6. How do we support those ‘special feature’ requests? • Photo galleries • Rotating photo ‘badges’ • Embed video • Google Form that tracks responses • Google events calendar • Google Gadgets and Maps
  7. 7. What do these solutions offer? • Fairly easy option for folks with minimal HTML experience • Copy HTML code from YouTube, Flickr, Google directly to HTML Editor window in OmniUpdate (Authority Level 8 and above)
  8. 8. What do these solutions offer? • Publicity, visibility • Sharing - ‘subscribe’ or post elsewhere • They’re simple and free
  9. 9. Department establishes account • Client registers for the account • They’re responsible for maintaining the content on the external site • We help put code initially into web page
  10. 10. Video
  11. 11. Video
  12. 12. Video
  13. 13. Photo Galleries
  14. 14. Using Flickr
  15. 15. Collecting Form Data using Google Forms
  16. 16. Events on your site using Google Calendar
  17. 17. Google Maps and the Directions Widget
  18. 18. Sharing Widgets • Addthis.com • addtoany.com • Exhibited on speakingof.dartmouth.edu
  19. 19. Questions? Ellen Kanner Web Producer/Designer Dartmouth College ellen.kanner@dartmouth.edu

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