The network of support for OU Campus includes a variety of opportunities for multimedia training. These include Training Tuesdays webinars (both live and recorded), short video tutorials, on-site training, the support site, PDFs, and the annual conference and workshops.
On the last Tuesday of every month, OmniUpdate hosts a free webinar exploring a specific topic related to OU Campus. This webinar is open to all OmniUpdate customers (administrators and users). Each webinar consists of 45 minutes to 1 hour's worth of live demonstration inside the CMS, and will end with a Q&A session.
Please visit Training Tuesdays page for information about the next session, and to view previously-recorded sessions.
Monthly Orientation Training
On the second Friday of every month, we offer a 2-hour orientation training session that covers the basics of using OU Campus as a mid-level content contributor or editor. This session is for new customers, existing customers who need a refresher on the basics, or anyone else new to our CMS.
You can visit this page to learn more information and register for the next orientation training session.
OU Campus Learning Management System (LMS)
The OU Campus LMS is maintained by the OmniUpdate Training Department and offers training courses and materials related to the use and administration of OU Campus. The courses are self-paced, and include videos, quizzes, and related technical and reference material. The LMS is a resource that is available to all administrators and users for the institution. To begin using the LMS, email firstname.lastname@example.org or speak with an administrator at your institution to get the enrollment link.
Members can login at https://lms.omniupdate.com.
Various end-user and reference guides are available in PDF format, including the OU Campus End-User Reference Guide and the OU Campus Administrator Reference Guide.
Please see PDF Guides for a complete list.
Also available are a number of short video tutorials. The length of the videos ranges from about two to eight minutes and each is designed to provide detailed guidance about one aspect of the OU Campus interface, such as logging in, editng a page, or using a gadget. They are also available for download in MP4 format.