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Web Services

Web Services assists the University of Dallas by maintaining the university's website and designing and producing online materials like email templates and animations. Web Services also provides training and support for content managers.

How to be trained as a content manager

For basic content management training, email webmaster@udallas.edu or call 972-721-5147. Quarterly content manager training sessions are also held to address online communication techniques and cover content management issues.


How to start an email project

If you have an e-newsletter or HTML email request:

Work cannot begin on a project until an Email Template Request Form and completed text have been submitted. All text must be written, edited and finalized before it is given to Web Services.

Email Request


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