Emerson College

  x8389

web@emerson.edu

Reminder about Passwords

This is a friendly reminder to alert Web Services any time your passwords are updated or change. Whether you are just strengthening the uniqueness of the password, or altering it due to a departing student or staff member, you must alert Web Services first. Email the Webmaster at nicole_leete@emerson.edu with any changes.

Read More

Want a New Social Media Page?

Social Media

Great! Step one: Go through Web Services. Fill out a Social Media Request form or a Blog Request Form. Why? Credentials: The account must originate with the Office of Communications and we need to record your log-in information (username, password, administrators), in case your admins leave the college and take that crucial, proprietary information with […]

Read More

Social Media Refresher

School of the arts Twitter

Calling All Social Media Admins! Web Services is doing an audit of all current social media administrators. Please help by submitting the names/emails of those staff and students who currently administer your department’s social media channels. Contact nicole_leete@emerson.edu. Please also take a moment to review the college’s Social Media Guidelines, especially the section on Departed […]

Read More

Social Media Guidelines Policy Change

Elma Lewis Center Facebook

As of 7/7/14, important changes were made to the Social Media Guidelines Policy. An email was also sent to all social media admins for the College outlining the change. Most notable guideline changes Web Services will periodically audit all accounts for activity and those that have had no substantial action for 6 months will be […]

Post Tagged with ,
Read More

Link Shortener

Link Shortener

Emerson College has its very own link shortening service. Akin to Bit.ly, the shortener allows users to send shortened links via email, social media, and other communications in a more concise, trackable way.

Post Tagged with , , ,
Read More

Twitter Feeds

internshps twitter feed

Attention users who have a Twitter feed on their web pages: As of Tuesday, June 11, Twitter discontinued use of their Twitter widget. They’ve since launched “embedded timelines,” which are more interactive and an overall improvement! What this means for you: Your old Twitter feed will not show up on your pages. New code is […]

Post Tagged with ,
Read More

A quick introduction

revision log

Hello! My name is Nicole Leete and I’ve recently joined the Web Services team, replacing Matt Bailey.  I am your go-to for Drupal training, site administration, event/calendar approvals and overall website support. I’ve been fortunate to meet several friendly faces so far and hope to meet more of you soon. A note about Drupal updates […]

Post Tagged with
Read More