UFV web editor basic training is a hands-on, self-guided course that covers web best practices and gives you all the tools you need to maintain a website using UFV’s content management system, TerminalFour (T4). The course is organized into two modules that include quizzes, videos, training exercises, and a training area to apply what you’ve learned.
To become a web editor at UFV, you will need to complete both modules and pass the assessments. Depending on your job responsibilities and requirements, you may take one of the training modules only.
What are the training options?
When you register for training, you can choose from three options; however, to become a web editor at UFV, you will need to complete the web editor basic training.
At this time, auxiliary staff and student employees are only eligible for the Writing for the web portion of the training and may not request editing rights to a blog or website.
How to become a web editor
Ready to start? Make sure to review the steps to understand the process to become a web editor at UFV. As you progress through the course, we will guide you through each part of the training and assessments.
Questions and comments
Do you have training-related questions or comments? Contact the web team at firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line: Web training.