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The class calendar, registration, and course descriptions are all available below. All classes are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. You will be sent a calendar invitation confirming your email.

Classes-by-request are also available for groups of 6 or more. Please contact with a summary of your training needs, and someone from the ITS Communications and Training team will get back to you.

To register:

  1. Select the "Register" tab below to access the registration form.
  2. Complete the form.
    Intro to AEM is not on the form - to register, please fill out an AEM web access request online.
  3. You will be sent a calendar invitation confirming access. If a class is full, you'll receive a wait-list notification.

NOTE: Simply adding a class from the calendar below to your Google calendar does not register you for training.


The next Intro to AEM (formerly Adobe CQ) sessions will be held on Tuesday, December 8, from 1:30 - 4:00.

To register, please fill out an AEM web access request online.

Course Description:

PLEASE NOTE: Only register for this class if you manage BC web content with AEM and have permission from your website manager to do so. All registrations will be verified with the Web Technology group. Please register for class at least 3 business days before the day of the class.

This class is for people who currently manage web content in Adobe Experience Manager, BC’s web Content Management System.

This session will cover:

  • The layout of Adobe Experience Manager and how to access content.
  • Using the Sidekick.
  • Editing existing pages in AEM.
  • Creating new pages in AEM.
  • Adding text and image components to a page.
  • Activating a page.
  • Accessibilty and AEM.
  • Tips, tricks, and things to consider when using AEM.

NOTE: Intro to Adobe Experiecne Manager or equivalent experience is a prerequisite for this class.

Learn how to do more than simply work with text and pictures in Adobe CQ to help take your BC website to the next level. This session will give you hands-on practice:

  • Using News Listings.
  • Working in Tables.
  • Inserting a Slide Show.
  • Adding YouTube videos.
  • Embedding a Google Calendar on a BC web page.
  • Adding a sharing/social media component to a page.

BC went Google over a year ago - are you ready to learn more?

With so many options, tools, labs, and extensions, deciding what to use can be challenging. This session presents an overview of many easy-to-install, easy-to-use features that can help your productivity and collaboration with your colleagues at work.

Additionally, the recently added Google Consumer apps that were added to your BC Google account over the summer will be covered.

Take an hour to learn more about Google, and chances are you'll find at least a few tips that will help you.

Google Drive is a great tool to create, store, and share files of all types.. This session is designed to introduce you to Drive and its capabilities, and help you decide how you may be able to use it at BC.

This hands-on training class will cover:

  • What is Drive?
  • How to access.
  • File types/storage of Google files, including Docs, Sheets, and Forms
  • Sharing files using Drive
  • Real time collaboration
  • Plenty of time for your questions

Google Sites can be used to create personal web pages (department pages at BC are managed with Adobe Experience Manager).

This hands-on training class will cover:

  • What is Google Sites?
  • How to create your site
  • How to modify the look of your site
  • How to edit your welcome page
  • How to edit text on a page
  • How to add web links to a page
  • How to add pictures to a page
  • How to add new pages to your site
  • How to add a Calendar Page
  • How to add an Announcements Page
  • How to Add a Pictures Page

MyFiles@bc is being retired at the end of December. Do you have files saved there and need to figure out what to do with them? This course can help. Topics include:

  • What to do with files you no longer need.
  • Where to save your files.
  • How to save your files.
  • Using CloudLock Selective Encryption on Google Drive.

Updated: April 17, 2015
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