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Website Redesign Options
Solutions
Thursday May 30, 2019 2:00 PM

Join this webinar to learn about the options for redesigning your CMS4Schools website - from pre-designed, quick to launch Themes to fully unique, one-of-a-kind Custom layouts. We have layouts to meet every need and will talk through considerations for picking the option that will best work for you.

Creating Accessible Content
Tips & Tricks
Wednesday June, 5 2019 1:00 PM CT

Join this webinar to learn more about how you can promote website accessibility on your CMS4Schools website. Learn about best practices for accessible images, text formatting, and table formatting along with other tips to help make your website accessible.

Marketing Your District
Tips & Tricks
Thursday June 20, 2019 12:00 PM CT

Join this webinar to learn simple techniques, content ideas, and tips to help market your district through your CMS4Schools website. Learn how easy it can be to share the awesome work your faculty and students are doing to better appeal to prospective families/staff, community members, and more!

Managing User Accounts
Training
Thursday August 8, 2019 10:00 AM

Join this webinar to learn the basics of setting up and managing your CMS4Schools User Accounts. We'll review options for mass updating staff information and photos, best practices for faculty groups and display options, and user account permission settings. Don’t miss this critical training as the new school year is about to begin!

Getting Started With Website Administration
Training
Tuesday September 24, 2019 1:00 PM

Are you a new CMS4Schools website administrator or in need of a refresher on how to use/administer CMS4Schools? Join this training webinar for a review of the navigation builder site map, adding/updating pages, and adding/updating content. We will also go through the basics of the Calendar Admin, Announcements Database, and Banner Library modules.

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