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Websites and Computing

General Computing

ASBII Status Updates

The ASBII Status Updates blog is the go-to place to find information on any building-related downtime issues related to weather, power failure, or other performance issues. Services covered include: AESOP cluster; Office of Communications and Marketing web servers; and University Human Resources mail, phones, website, and Applicant Tracking System.

Mail icon  Contact Gary Huntzinger with questions about building or server status.

Computer Workshops

Free, hands-on computer workshops, sponsored by the Center for Teaching Advancement and Assessment Research open to all faculty and staff from all Rutgers campuses. Courses in Dreamweaver and Photoshop are among the offerings.

Mail icon  Contact workshops@ctaar.rutgers.edu with questions about registration or the workshops.

Email Q&As

Email Q&As from the SEBS and NJAES Office of Information Technology Services (ITS), who handles all AESOP email.

Mail icon  Contact Karl Lindauer for assistance with AESOP email.

File Posting Website

PostIt.rutgers.edu, run by the SEBS and NJAES Office of Information Technology, allows Rutgers faculty and staff to upload large files for distributing inside and outside of the university. AESOP or NetID required to post; anyone can download.

Mail icon  Contact Karl Lindauer for assistance with the file posting website.

Microsoft Outlook Tips and Tricks

A slideshow detailing a few tips and tricks to help make Microsoft Outlook more efficient and easier to use.

Mail icon  Contact Andy Campbell for assistance with Outlook.

Web Design

Accessibility

At Rutgers, the primary aim of web accessibility is to make Rutgers websites available to everyone, including users of assistive technologies and people with disabilities. See the Rutgers Web Accessibility page for guidelines and tools. You should also pay special attention to making PDFs accessible.

Connecting to the OC Webserver

These documents describe the step-by-step procedure for setting up Dreamweaver to connect to the Office of Communications and Marketing webserver. Other HTML editors may be used, please contact Bonnie Wasielewski with questions and for additional assistance.

Rutgers Website Identity Standards

Follow the Rutgers Website Identity Standards to ensure that your website looks like it belongs to the Rutgers family.

University Web Policy

The University Web Policy applies to all web pages that provide official information about Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, to the public.

Mail icon  Contact Eve Burris to inquire about Rutgers University web policy.

Web Analytics

Google Analytics is a free, powerful tool for tracking your website traffic. If your website is hosted on the Office of Communications and Marketing servers, you can review your website's traffic and usage statistics at any time. To be added, you will need a Google account. You can sign up for one if you do not already have one.

Mail icon  Contact Phil Wisneski, with your Google Account email address or with questions about Google Analytics.

Website Templates

The Office of Communications and Marketing has developed Dreamweaver templates to assist you in developing your center, institute, or program website. SEBS Dreamweaver Templates are available online.

Mail icon  Contact Phil Wisneski to inquire about website templates.

Writing for the Web

Tips for writing web copy that people will read.

Mail icon  Contact Phil Wisneski with questions about writing for the web.

Wordpress Tutorials

These tutorials will help you update content on your Wordpress website.