Upcoming Workshop Series: Creating Content and Writing for the Web

Join me in the Studio@Butler for Creating Content and Writing for the Web. The workshops will be held on April 15, 22, and 29 (all Tuesdays) from 2-3:30 p.m. Please RSVP candicekail@columbia.edu. Creating Content and Writing for the Web is a short series of workshops for librarians and other content contributors within the libraries to […]

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Tomorrow’s Session and More to Come

CourseWorks and Subject Guides in CQ/AEM  Wednesday, 12 February, 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. in 306 Butler Coming Your Way in March I will be conducting a Creating Content and Writing for the Web series that will cover the different kinds of content on our websites, best practices, things to think about, and how to approach […]

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CQ/AEM Workshops and Training Opportunities

We have a lot of upcoming opportunities for you to become more familiar with using CQ/AEM! Please join us for one or more of the following sessions in 306 Butler (first come, first served unless otherwise noted).  Introduction to the Newly Upgraded CQ/AEM Interface  Monday, 3 February, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, 4 February, 2:00 […]

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Introducing the New CQ/AEM Interface

Hello! We are excited to bring you the new version of Adobe CQ, now called Adobe Experience Manager (AEM). While the core functionality remains the same, the interface enhancements and new functionality are all very welcome improvements. The login and welcome screens have been redesigned and rebranded by Adobe, and the Website and Digital Assets […]

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CQ Upgrade Schedule & Open Sessions

We are continuing to work on upgrading from Adobe CQ 5.4 to Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) 5.6.1! Thanks to those who helped us test last week. The Content Freeze is next week, so please note the dates that CQ will not be available for changes and updates. 28 – 31 January Content Freeze beginning at […]

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CQ Upgrade Schedule, Short Content Freeze, & More New Opportunities!

Our upgrade to CQ (renamed by Adobe from Adobe CQ to Adobe Experience Manager, or AEM) is being tested this week by several content contributors as well as LDPD staff. The schedule for bringing it up for everyone is: 13 – 17 January Provide test contributors with information about new features/behaviors Gather feedback from content […]

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Updating Location Information

One element of the new design is that location information for libraries and service points is now managed in a central place.  This allows address information to be edited in one place and then automatically propogated to all our websites, ensuring pages always show current information. A new branch in the CQ content tree, not […]

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