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Our Website 2015 is ready for preview!

Dear Faculty and Staff:

Our Website 2015 is ready for preview!

What’s new in Our Website 2015?

• New images
• New navigation structure
• 16 new pages with new content (marked “NEW” in Our Site Map)
• New mobile-friendly responsive content design
• New features:
– Our Site Map
– Our News Blog
– Our link to QueensSRT Facebook page
– Our link to QueensSRT Twitter page

What’s staying the same as in our Current Website?

• All content that we currently have in the current website (v. 2014) is present in Our Website 2015. Please, take a look at the pages you  normally maintain, and verify that all content is present and up to date on Our Website 2015 pages! Our Site Map was created to help you to find your pages in the new navigation structure.
• QWEB content management system will stay the same.
• Your access to editing features of QWEB content management system will remain the same.
Faculty will have access to edit their own web pages.
Kathy, Laurie and Jean will have access to PT, OT and RHBS pages, respectively.
Martina will have access to posting job ads for MScOT and MScPT graduates.

What’s going to change?

• All internal links will change in Our Website 2015! That includes links between pages and links to .pdf documents.
What’s going to happen next?
• The access to editing features of the current website is closed now.
This access will remain closed until Our Website 2015 goes live.
All website updates should be sent to me directly during this time.

• The target date for going live with Our Website 2015 is December 8, 2014.
At this time the current website will be replaced with Our Website 2015.
The current website won’t be accessible anymore.

Please, take some time to review Our Website 2015, get familiar with the new navigation structure and new features and test website on your tablets and mobile devices.

Please, send me your comments by Thursday, December 4th.

Your feedback is appreciated!

Svetlana Rytchkova
Web Developer,
School of Rehabilitation Therapy

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