Tips & Tutorials for managing ACPS Web content
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Documentation for editing ACPS web sites. Includes basic editing and publishing, plus guidelines for creating accessible content, working with "web parts," embedding video, editing slideshows, and managing School home pages.
Updated for Sharepoint 2016!
Web Accessibility site describes the standards and the steps for remediation and compliance to be followed by staff members who create, edit and maintain ACPS web content.
At elementary schools, a building-level Web Content Coordinator is responsible for creation, coordination, and collection of school website content. A Web Editor assigned to each elementary makes the actual edits.
Web Editors and Web Content Coordinators for Elementaries, 2018-19
At middle and high schools, both content coordination and web editing are done by each school's LTI (Learning Technology Integrator).
Web Editors for Middle & High Schools (LTI's), 2018-19
At all schools, Office Associates can add items to Announcement and Calendar lists for display on school homepages.
More information about school website update processes »
For Web Editors
Embedding Video & Other Objects into a Sharepoint Page
(a.k.a. "The Content Editor Web Part + .txt file" trick)
Managing School Staff Directories
How to manage school staff directories »
Teacher Web Sites
Teacher Landing Pages are no longer required by ACPs, and will be phased out in the Fall of 2018.
Current options include ACPS-hosted WordPress sites, and Google sites in the ACPS domain. Teachers may also continue to use externally-hosted web sites. (See "Branding Requirements," below.)
Teachers can now
specify the web site link used in their school Staff Directory listing.
For more information see:
Options for Teacher Web Sites »
Branding Requirements for ACPS Web Sites
Whether your site is hosted internally or externally, ALL ACPS websites must comply with the following minimal branding requirements:
- Prominent placement of the ACPS logo, linked to the ACPS website (https://www.k12albemarle.org);
- Clear identification of the school(s) where you teach.
Download the ACPS logo for your site »
Tutorials & Tips for ACPS WordPress Users
LEAD recommends the following browsers for our various platforms:
PowerSchool: Firefox, Chrome, or Safari (Mac OS)
Blackboard Learn: Firefox or Chrome
SharePoint: Firefox, Safari (Mac OS), Chrome, or Internet Explorer
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