Does your website do a good job of engaging your parents, your staff, your students?
More than just about looking good, your school website is a communications hub with far-reaching impact and potential. It takes some planning, however, to create one that not only reflects how great your school is but really engages your school community.
The FREE webinar – 5 Steps to Planning a School Website that Really Engages – walks you through the steps required to effectively plan, analyze and design a website that will serve as a communications foundation for your school or district. You'll learn how to set goals and benchmark so you can transform your website into a real-time communications tool that drives results.
Webinar attendees will learn:
Jay Cooper is the marketing manager and content strategist for Campus Suite. A former journalist and school public relations specialist, Jay’s experience spans marketing and communications for industry, K-12 and higher education. He has helped businesses, schools and colleges use the power of web communications to improve their image, generate support, and optimize relationships.
Campus Suite co-founder Steve Williams brings more than 20 years experience in designing and building websites for schools and colleges – large and small, public and private. He and his team at Campus Suite have simplified the process of creating professional-looking, high-performing school websites. Steve's mantra focuses on creating "powerful connections" through content tools that are easy to use, and design that's easy to access.
All Campus Suite Academy webinar participants receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ for attendance and participation. Build your continuing education portfolio by attending this and other courses offered through the Academy.
All webinar attendees get a free copy of the School Website Planning Guide, your practical resource for building a new school website. It contains how-to methods, best practices and resources for anyone involved in building or re-designing a school website.