We advance accessibility, user experience, and search engine optimization for the Gettysburg College website.
Send a request to the digital team and let us know how we can help. If our team has any questions related to your request, we'll reach out via email.
Stay up-to-date on training sessions and helpful resources by subscribing to our mailing list or joining our Slack community.
- dotCMS Liaisons email list: email us to be notified of training opportunities, dotCMS announcements, or accessibility information. This is a low-volume mailing list.
- Join our Slack group: visit the Gettysburg College HQ signup page on Slack and join with your
@gettysburg.eduemail address. Slack is group chat for work, and has good threading and search features for following conversations and finding answers to common questions.
Web and accessibility topics
- Content Management System (dotCMS)
- Training information for the College’s content management system, dotCMS. Training sessions are held monthly.
- Digital accessibility
- Ensure that your web pages and documents are accessible to users of screen readers and other assistive technologies. Get training editing HTML pages in dotCMS, creating structured documents in Microsoft Word, measuring the impact of accessibility issues, and learning the SEO benefits of good accessibility.
- Web code snippets
- Code snippets enable campus partners to use web information display patterns that are consistent and reliable across the Gettysburg College website.
- Zoom invitations and recordings
- With our increasing reliance on Zoom, please keep the following recommendations in mind to protect the privacy of your meetings while keeping a reliable record of public recordings.
- Google Analytics and Tag Manager
- How to install Google Analytics, request access to the digital dashboard, and get analytics training and help.
- Gettysburg.edu Style Guide
- Learn about the typographic and functional elements available as part of the Gettysburg.edu web platform. The style guide covers webfonts, available structural elements (headings, tables, forms, and buttons), and information on the brand color palette.
- Campus Web Policy
- Policy, procedures, and regulations governing the use and growth of the College website.
Training sessions are open to the entire community.
Topics aim to help staff whose responsibilities include web publishing. However, all employees, faculty, and students are welcome to attend. Sessions are adjusted (where possible) to accommodate the attendees.