Website Management

Web ManagementThe Office of Medical Communications has responsibility for managing the website for the Larner College of Medicine, and also develops the websites and trains webmasters for departments, centers, and programs of the College.

If you are interested in developing a website, please contact us to talk about your plans. Each site is constructed using a content management system. We will train your webmaster to maintain and update your site, as well as provide support.

Website Editing in Sitefinity

Individual Webmasters maintain departmental websites using Sitefinty, the Content Management System used for creating and maintaining websites. Medical Communications provides training and support for webmasters, and troubleshooting if there are technical issues. If you are in need of assistance, please review the training manual below, or  submit a footprint to COMTS and the web team. If your website needs updating, please contact the Webmaster assigned to your website.  View the Webmaster list here >>

BioBuilder

BioBuilder is a web-based application connected with UVM People Management, used for creating and editing UVM Web Template bios for department and division websites.

Having trouble logging in or seeing your changes? You may need to change your browser to compatibility mode before using BioBuilder. Here's how >>

Adobe Contribute

Adobe Contribute is no longer the primary application used for creating and maintaining websites. Medical Communications has been in the process of providing training for the new platform, Sitefinity.  If you have not yet been migrated to or trained to use Sitefinity, please contact Nina Shedd.

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Resources

Webmaster Working Groups

All working groups are located in the Dana Medical Library.  Please contact Nina Shedd for details. 

Tuesday, May 211:00-12:00 p.m.
Thursday, May 181:00-2:00 p.m.
Logos & Graphics

Find Larner College of Medicine easily downloadable logos, and email and (coming soon!) PowerPoint templates by visiting Graphics Toolbox.

For UVM logos and graphic elements, visit the UVM Style Guide