Web Editor Directory
Have a question about or an edit for a specific web page? Check the directory below for who to contact regarding that page.
Web Editor Requirements & Expectations
If you feel you or someone on your staff should have access to edit the website, please submit a request via email to email@example.com.
Once approved to become a web editor, you must complete a small set of training requirements to help you become familiar with the site and the basic editing tasks you will need to do, as well as to review web accessibility requirements for the site.
A note on web accessibility
Duke is committed to making web content available to all through conformance with web content accessibility guidelines. Duke believes web content needs to be accessible to people with a wide range of abilities, including visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, language, learning, and neurological abilities. Everyone at Duke is encouraged to keep web accessibility in mind to maximize every user's web experience. The Student Affairs website is a Tier 1 Duke website, meaning we must be particularly vigilant in making sure our content is accessible for everyone.
Training requirements for web editors on students.duke.edu:
- View the WordPress training video recording.
- Verify familiarity with Alt Text.
- Familiarize yourself with Duke’s web content accessibility guidelines.
Student Affairs Web Editor Expectations
- Once trained and given access to edit the website, you are responsible for your defined area’s web edit requests.
- You are responsible for conducting periodic audits for outdated information (once per semester).
- You are responsible for keeping your pages compliant with ADA guidelines:
- All images have alt text
- All documents are accessible
- All videos have captions
- Page content follows appropriate heading, list, and table structure