VCU implemented TerminalFour Web Content Management System (T4) in 2013 to ease website creation and maintenance.
Complete Accessibility Fundamentals for the Web (online)
Sign into VCU's Siteimprove with a VCU eID/password to automatically create an account.
On the upper right, open the menu titled "Help Center and Academy" and select "Academy".
This is the Siteimprove Academy Dashboard and the correct course may already be assigned.
If not, select "Course Library" found in the upper left of the page to cause a list of learning paths and courses to appear. The required course is "Accessibility Fundamentals for the Web" which consists of three modules and an assessment.
Complete VCU Web 200 (online or in-person)
University and Academic Professionals, Classified staff, Faculty, and hourly employees:
Register for the free VCU Web 200 via Talent. If the direct link fails, navigate manually by logging into Talent@VCU and select "Learning" then "Learning Search" in the primary navigation. Type in "VCU Web 200" and select "Request" or "Launch".
Student workers, including work-study, post-docs and graduate assistants:
The ability to self-enroll will appear after you login to Canvas: VCU Web 200 via Canvas.
In person and open to all:
When available, take TerminalFour training during scheduled lecture courses.
Submit a Help Request (online)
Finally, the site owner submits a help request for the newly trained user to the T4 group specifying the level of access and the URL(s) to the website(s).
Complete steps 1 and 2 from above and skip step 3. New users who are requesting a website will have their accounts and websites created concurrently.
Request a new website using the Web Space Request Form.