This on-line workshop introduces you to the basics of site management, navigation and creating content in IMIS RiSE and especially the power of iParts.
If you are charged with building more dynamic interactive content for your organization this introduces you to the iPart concepts for content management, iMIS style. Use simple and complex modular iParts to build pages from a simple HTML page to full motion video.
This workshop combines lecture, hand-outs and labs. Get hands-on experience in putting together your own content pages, with time for lab completion and discussion.
This on-line workshop covers the everyday basics of creating content in iMIS RiSE.
At the end of the class, attendees will have an understanding of:
- Creating content, both HTML and Dynamic, using iParts
- Making the dynamic connection to iMIS via iParts
- Create structure with Site Designer
For more information, please feel free to review our detailed class page (including a downloadable brochure), or to learn more about our AYD classes in general, please check out our FAQ sheet.
Note: The times listed for this class are based on Australia Eastern Time (either Standard or Day Light Savings in Melbourne). Please be sure to keep this in mind if you live in another timezone.
From North America, this class is later in the evening but also a day earlier than what is listed (generally about 6pm to 8pm if you live on the East Coast on the day before the given date). From UK, this class is later in the evening (generally about 2300 or 0100 if you live in London). You are welcome to attend but in order to receive the benefits of the class, you will need to be in attendance. Details for accessing this At Your Desk class will be emailed to you approximately 24 hours before the start of the class.
Reminder: This session will be recorded, and the recording will be made available to all attendees. By registering for and attending the session, you give permission to ASI to record, reproduce and distribute the audio/video recordings from this training session. This session should be considered a public forum.