‘Ask WebLife’ continues as your trusty source for answers

Last week, we rolled out our new UT Health Science Center homepage. Many of you took notice and had questions. So we’re continuing our Ask WebLife series — a set of frequently asked questions and their answers — to help you learn more about and understand the WebLife initiative and its goals. Here are more of your […]

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“Ask WebLife” – Homepage rollout edition

This morning we rolled out the Health Science Center’s new homepage — the first of many rollouts to come.  We know you and your colleagues may have questions about the new homepage, so we’re continuing our “Ask WebLife” series with some answers specifically about the new homepage: Q: “What were your main goals when designing […]

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New homepage is live!

Our new homepage is live!  Look for more detailed questions & answers about the homepage elsewhere on the blog. Meanwhile, however, be sure to look for the “Quicklinks” feature on the new homepage: Click it to pull out the Quicklinks panel, where you’ll find the links most commonly used by students, faculty and staff — […]

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‘Ask WebLife.’ You’ll be glad you did.

Do you ask, “What’s WebLife?” Do you wonder how it’ll make a difference for you at the Health Science Center? To answer your most pressing questions, we’re introducing the “Ask WebLife” series – a set of frequently asked questions and their answers – to help you learn more about and understand the WebLife initiative and […]

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Ready, set, go live! New homepage coming soon

It’s new! Cutting edge! Alive! Your new university homepage http://uthscsa.edu will go live within the next few days. We’re proud and excited for you to see where it’s headed, as this is the first of many releases to come from our WebLife project. What key points should you know about our new homepage? Every element is built […]

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Why do they visit our website?

Randall Munroe, the creator of the webcomic xkcd, has a unique talent for bringing to light the humor in uncomfortable truths. Take, for example, the following strip he published in July 2010: His diagram resonates because it has been true — over and over again — on our own site as well as on the […]

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Drupal selected as CMS that everyone can use and benefit from

We all want our new website to be successful in advancing the mission of the UT Health Science Center. In order for that to occur, we need a robust content management system (CMS) that everyone on campus can use and benefit from. But, what is a CMS? Basically, a CMS is software that makes it easy […]

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Dawn of the Living Web

Thanks to everyone who joined us Oct. 31 for the #WebLifePremiere event in the Holly Auditorium! There’s still time to fill out the event survey for a chance to win a $25 Starbucks gift card.  We encourage your feedback on the event, and  your questions and comments about our plans for WebLife — please add your comments below. For […]

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Don’t miss #WebLifePremiere today!

Join us for the #WebLifePremiere event, coming exclusively to Holly Auditorium from 11:30 am – 12:15 pm today! Enjoy a comedy fright film produced by Creative Media Services. You’ll also have a chance to win a $100 gift card from Amazon.com. Enjoy movie-style refreshments. Wear your favorite costume, and join the conversation with the hashtag […]

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Oct. 31 spooktacular WebLife premiere/discussion looks at winning Web ‘apocalypse’ on campus

What if our UT Health Science Center website became so unusable, impractical and outdated that it rendered our faculty, staff, students helpless to maintain our mission of “making lives better?” Frightening thought, huh? At 11:30 a.m. On Thursday, Oct. 31, exclusively in the Holly Auditorium, learn how you can be a part of ensuring our […]

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