Digital Communication

The Digital Communications (web) team oversees,, and multiple microsites, and acts as brand ambassadors for digital delivery of messaging.

Website updates, corrections & requests

Many offices and departments have a designated web editor who either holds an OUCampus editor license and makes changes to content directly, or is in charge of managing web content and submitting requests to the web team. If you are unsure who is in charge of your web content, contact a member of the web team.

Editors and non-editors can submit files, images and content change requests through the web request form. We'll process your change within 24-48 hours and contact you if we need more information.

New content or site?

Multiple servers and systems, like OUCampus and Wordpress, are in place to host Wooster web content depending on your needs and your target audience. Find out which server will best serve your goals.

If you have a large web project or don't know where to start, contact Melissa Schultz.

OUCampus licenses

A limited number of staff on campus hold licenses to edit content directly in the OUCampus content management system (CMS). Licensed editors typically manage large amounts of frequently edited content.

All editors must attend a one-on-one or small group training session and are expected to stay up-to-date on CMS features and editing best practice. If you have questions about OUCampus licenses, contact Melissa Schultz.

OUCampus help

If you are an OUCampus license holder, access OUCampus training materials, documentation, videos and style guides on the Digital Communication wiki, or contact the web team.