Center for Teaching and Learning, Academic Affairs
Primary Job Responsibility
Maintain, modify, update, and implement revisions of flagship websites for the Center for Teaching and Learning, Faculty Appointments and Advancement, Center for Research and Learning, and the Center for Service and Learning. Ensure availability for websites and their associated backend and internal applications.
• Convert sites and applications from classic ASP to Adobe Coldfusion 8.
• Assist faculty in learning applications and programs related to area of expertise, e.g., Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Photoshop, and other Creative Suite software.
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