Middlebury

Our On-campus Workshops

Our staff offer a limited number of workshops here on campus that are open to all faculty, staff, students and guests of the College unless otherwise noted. Current offerings and course descriptions appear below.

February - May Workshops

DateWorkshopTimePlace
Thu, 2/5 Intro to Drupal 3:30-5:00 pm BiHall 161
(Armstrong)
Mon, 2/9 Website Maintenance Work Session 1:00-2:30 pm BiHall 161
(Armstrong)
Fri, 2/20 Intro to Drupal 11:00 am-12:30 pm BiHall 161
(Armstrong)
Tue, 3/10 Website Maintenance Work Session 10:00-11:30 am BiHall 161
(Armstrong)
Wed, 3/25 Google Analytics 1:30 - 3:00 pm BiHall 161
(Armstrong)
Mon, 4/6 Website Maintenance Work Session 1:00-2:30 pm BiHall 161
(Armstrong)
Tue, 5/5 Website Maintenance Work Session 10:00-11:30 am BiHall 161
(Armstrong)

Course Descriptions

Click on the name of a course below to view its description.  Information concerning any needed skills you should have for the workshop will be included here as well.

Google Analytics

Description: We can give you access to our Google Analytics reports so that you can look at traffic patterns for your website, but in order to get the most from this tool, you'll need to do a bit of set up work and understand the basics of the platform.

If you don’t already have access to Google Analytics, please submit a Helpdesk ticket for “Other Software Issue” so you can be set up prior to the session.

What we'll cover: Google Analytics tips & tricks, what number you should care about, search engine optimization, and getting your account set up.

What we won't cover: Goals, conversions, AdWords, and on page events. If you need help with these, please send a note to helpdesk@middlebury.edu and ask for a one-on-one meeting to discuss Google Analytics.

Format: The workshop will last an hour with additional time for questions and discussion, as needed.

Materials: Available ahead of the workshop at http://go.middlebury.edu/analytics-workshop and hard copies will be made available at the session.

Class size limited to 10 people.

Website Maintenance Work Session

Need to make changes to your departmental web page?  Could you use a hand with your course website or blog?  Have questions about moving your webforms to our new secure server?  Don't you wish there was a quiet and peaceful place where you could work on your pages AND get your questions answered?  Well, there is!  Sign up for a work session (or two).  Staff from ITS and Academic Technology will be available to answer your questions and help you troubleshoot problems.  This is not a formal workshop ‑ please bring your work and your questions!


 

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