Along the way, you may need training or have a question about your work in the UNT Drupal content management system. Here you will learn how to request training, who in your department can help and the dates for upcoming Drupal Clinic sessions.
Need training or just have a question?
Training is available upon request and takes place in a classroom with a Drupal expert as the instructor. Drupal Clinic sessions are scheduled monthly for brief sessions with a Drupal expert or ITSS Central Web Services administrator to help you "get un-stuck" or to tweak your code. Training is for anything that requires more than a few minutes at a Drupal Clinic. Please send an email to University IT Drupal Training to express your interest in forming a class to have the training scheduled and an instructor assigned to teach. For ideas about the class you need, please refer to the Drupal Training Topics.
Training is for full-time employees. Student employees may attend training as classroom space permits. Clinic sessions are open to all employees.
Have you asked for help in your college/division/department?
College of Business: Shawn Weems
College of Education: Jeremy Smith
College of Engineering: Xiaozhong Luo
College of Health and Public Service: John Mayfield
College of Information: Adam Chavez
College of Liberal Arts and Social Science: Michele Hindman or Cyrus Haskell
College of Music: Bradley Haefner
College of Science: Michele Hindman or Cyrus Haskell
College of Visual Arts and Design: Ursula Williams
Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism: Jacob Straka
Honors College: Roy Zumwalt
Toulouse Graduate School: Marty Newman
Division for Academic Affairs/Provost: David Kirkwood
Division for Advancement: Ellie Williams
Division for Athletics: By Contract
Division for Enrollment: URCM
Division for Finance and Administration: By Department
Division for Student Affairs: Kara Ottinger, Jonathan Piott–AITS
Division of Research and Innovation: Michael Hollar
Division for Institutional Equity and Diversity: Jacob Straka
Drupal Clinic or Training? Which do you need?
Clinics: Open to UNT Drupal users: first-come, first-served, come-and-go basis. No registration is necessary to attend a clinic. Clinic sessions are not intended to replace class training sessions. As a general rule, if your Clinic issues take more than 10 minutes with a Drupal experty, you may need to take a class. Please do not plan to learn everything about Drupal during Clinic sessions.
Training Sessions: You may request a training session by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the topic or skill you wish to learn included in the message. Only if there is a demand/request for training will the training sessions be confirmed. Prerequisite for all Drupal training sessions: must have log in rights to a UNT website.
Drupal Clinic Schedule
No Registration for Clinics
Drop in, come and go. The clinics are for troubleshooting your website issues with URCM web developer(s) and Central Web Services experts present to help. Should you need training—something that requires more than a few minutes in the clinic, please request a class to learn more about Drupal.
All clinic sessions are scheduled in Chilton Hall, Room 270.
Questions? Please send an email to University IT, email@example.com.
Jan. 16, 10 a.m.-noon
Feb. 14, 1-3 p.m.
March 12, 10 a.m.-noon
April 18, 1-3 p.m.
May 14, 10 a.m.-noon
Drupal Classes • Nothing scheduled at this time
How to enroll: Enrollment is required through the HR Talent Management through the new HR Learning Portal. Click on Find Learning and enter Drupal to find your class. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to contact the training coordinator.