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If you are interested in hosting a web page for your curricular program or course please contact your [http://www.evergreen.edu/computing/academiccomp/liaisons.htm Academic Computing Liaison]. A list of current curricular websites can be found at http://academic.evergreen.edu.  
 
If you are interested in hosting a web page for your curricular program or course please contact your [http://www.evergreen.edu/computing/academiccomp/liaisons.htm Academic Computing Liaison]. A list of current curricular websites can be found at http://academic.evergreen.edu.  
  

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If you are interested in hosting a web page for your curricular program or course please contact your Academic Computing Liaison. A list of current curricular websites can be found at http://academic.evergreen.edu.

Currently, there are several options for creating a program or course website:

WordPress

Wikis

Moodle

Using a Web Editor

  • The web editing software currently supported on campus is Dreamweaver. If you do not have Dreamweaver and would like to have it on your computer consult your Dean or supervisor for budget approval and proceed to Technical Support Services for purchase.
  • Training in Dreamweaver is available.

Criteria for Making a Redirect for Academic Web Pages

  • Only programs that are long-term, recurring and require engagement with an audience broader than current or prospective students will be considered for redirects.