A note from Cheryl Buck: OSU Extension is offering several additional county web site training sessions in May located around the state. Each county web site user must be trained before you have access to update your county site. Training includes Drupal-specific instructions, as well as a broad overview of the site and overall expectations for content on the county sites.
The additional sessions will be offered:
- May 16 (Mon) – Wooster, Research Services building
- May 18 (Wed) – Bowling Green, Northwest Region office
- May 24 (Tues) – Springfield, Clark County office
- May 25 (Wed) – Caldwell, Southeast Region office
- May 26 (Thurs) – Piketon, South Centers computer training lab
Hands-on training will be held in the morning (9am-noon) at each location. Computers will be provided for the training; we preload information on our computers for your use during training.
The training sessions are offered for individuals who have not been trained to date, and the sessions will be filled on a first come, first-served basis. There is no charge for the training session. Lunch will not be provided.
A work session/time for Q&A will be held from 12:30-2pm. Those who are trained in the morning AND anyone else who has specific questions and wants in-person assistance may attend.
If you want to register for one of the training sessions, contact Bonnie Scranton (email@example.com) by May 2. If you expect to stay or stop by for the work session/Q&A, please let Bonnie know that as well, so we can plan accordingly.
Note: The existing county site training sessions in Columbus are still being held on April 7 (12-3pm), May 5 (9am-noon), and June 16 (12-3pm). You also need to contact Bonnie to register for one of these classes.