Web Help

The Oxy Web Team offers training, guidance, and troubleshooting help for people who manage academic department, program, office, or club/organization websites.

Oxy staff, faculty and student web editors can update their websites without knowing how to code; however, editing your website does require some training and practice to become comfortable with it.

Web Editor Training

Every web editor must attend training to learn how to use our website's content management system. This site is designed as a training resource that serves as a reference and answers questions not covered in the initial training. For web editor training simply attend one of our open office hours sessions, or email us to request a training session outside of office hours.

The web team will be offering special sessions in Spring 2019 to train all web editors on how to use the new content management system for the redesigned website. Attending a training session is mandatory in order for your web editor account to be re-activated on the new site. Training sessions are held during regular office hours on Tuesdays 10am-noon and Thursdays 2-4pm in the oMac Lab, with additional sessions scheduled as needed to accommodate web editors who aren't able to attend during office hours.

Troubleshooting

Have you encountered a problem with updating your website? Check our troubleshooting page for tips to resolve common issues. If you still require help after reviewing the troubleshooting tips please contact the web team.

Meet the Web Team

Bronwyn Beck Headshot

Bronwyn Beck

Director of Product & Technical Web Administration
Bronwyn is responsible for driving the overall product strategy, roadmap, design direction, and technical evolution of the college’s websites and web applications, with a primary focus on www....
Laura Paisley

Laura Paisley

Associate Director of Marketing and Communications
Laura develops and implements strategic content plans that support and promote the College. She shares the Oxy story through a variety of communication channels, with a primary focus on the...