Web & CMS Help

On this page learn about getting help with College of Education websites using the OU Campus web content management system, how to get access and training, and who to contact for web content updates to your website.

OU Campus Migration

The College of Education is currently transitioning from the Toolbox web content management system (CMS) to the OU Campus CMS. The College of Education Web Designer, Manny Uribe, will be in contact with each academic department to migrate sites over to the new system. OU Campus is sponsored by SDSU's Strategic Communications and Public Affairs office.

OU Campus: our new content management system

OU Campus is a Web Content Management System that allows users to create and maintain web pages without having to know HTML. Some of the features include multi-browser support, in-context what-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIWYG) editor, direct edit (a link on the web page which takes authorized users directly to the interface to edit that specific page after login), version control, scheduled publishing, workflow, and integration with Facebook, Google Analytics, Twitter, and YouTube. For a comprehensive list of features, visit OmniUpdate. OU Campus is implemented using a selection of templates which were conceived of and developed by Red Rooster Design, with input from a broad array of campus stakeholders.


OU Campus

CMS Login Page

OU Campus Access & Training

Training is no longer available for Toolbox CMS since this system will sunset summer 2019 and all efforts are focused on migrating current sites to OU Campus.

Access & Setup

For OU Campus access and template setup contact Manny Uribe.

Hands-on Training for Beginners

Hands-on Training for Beginners provides instructions on how to create and edit pages and sections; what Snippets, Assets, and Toolbar options are available; how to test websites for spelling errors, broken links, and accessibility errors; and more. Training sessions are scheduled by request.

To discuss your website needs and schedule a training, contact Manny Uribe.

OU Campus Resources

Web Content Updates

For content updates to COE department, program and project web sites, please consult the directory below and contact your web content manager.

Sponsoring Department or Office Program Web Content Manager Name
ARPE Department Main Site Young Jang
ARPE Community College Leadership (CCLEAD) Sonia Salcido
CFD Department Main Site Manny Uribe
CSP Department Main Site Jennifer Kerwin
CSP Community Based Block (CBB) CBB Graduate Assistant
[email protected]
CSP Marriage & Family Therapy (MFT) MFT Graduate Assistant
[email protected]
CSP School Counseling School Counseling Graduate Assistant
[email protected]
CSP School Psychology School Psychology Graduate Assistant
[email protected]
CSP Minor in Counseling & Social Change Program Assistant
[email protected]
CSP Trauma-informed Care Certificate & M.A. in Counseling Maggie Slaska
DO College of Education Main Site Manny Uribe
DO Faculty/Staff Resources and Directory Manny Uribe
DO Qualtrics Accounts and Support Website Elsa Tapia
DLE Department Main Site Front Desk Assistant
[email protected]
EDL Department Main Site Rachael Stewart
EDL National Center for the Twenty-first Century Schoolhouse Cynthia Uline
EDL National Center for Urban School Transformation (NCUST) Mark Wilson
JDP Joint Ph.D. Program in Education Marva Capello
OSS Office Main Site Lisa McCully
SPED Department Main Site Manny Uribe
STE Department Main Site Manny Uribe
STE Center for Research in Mathematics and Science Education (CRMSE) Mike McKean
STE Center for Visual Literacies Marva Cappello
STE Pre-College Institute Valeria Sanchez

Department and Office Abbreviations

Abbreviation Department or Office Name
ARPE Department of Administration, Rehabilitation & Postsecondary Education
CFD Department of Child & Family Development
CSP Department of Counseling & School Psychology
DLE Department of Dual Language & English Learner Education
DO Dean's Office
EDL Department of Educational Leadership
JDP Joint Ph.D. Program in Education
OSS Office for Student Success
SPED Department of Special Education
STE School of Teacher Education