As a member of Cape Breton University’s faculty, you are a well respected, trusted and contributing part of the community. As a result, you may be called upon by the media to share your expertise. We want you to know that with the right preparation and tips, media and reporters are not to be feared but embraced.
Responding to media opportunities creates an avenue to which the University, its faculty, staff and students can gain greater public awareness for various achievements, continuing university wide recognition. By working with the media, in a smart, honest, and accessible way, Cape Breton University and all it encompasses sustains its reputation for excellence both in and out of the classroom.
Website Training & Resources
Content Management for Contributors
This 90 minute session is a pre-requisite to contributor access. More information on this session.
Faculty & Staff Webpages
Faculty and staff are invited to learn how to build their own professional website.
Attach Important Documents
Learn how to attach documents using the Student Resources custom post type so they are updated globally and out of date materials don’t get left behind.
Resources & Video Tutorials
Once you have access you may find that you need a little refresher from time to time-
Create a page will help you with the Page post type and the Academic Programs post type. If you need to add an Academic Program page just choose that post type from the WordPress menu on the left in your dashboard. How to create a blog post is also helpful to our CBU bloggers.
Images should be sized properly before posting – Pixlr is a free online image editor that can help you with that. Pixlr will automatically convert images to a web-friendly 72 dpi. This tutorial will walk you through the steps. (Mac users note: The tutorial says it doesn’t work on a Mac, but it does!)