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General Computing

Business and Technology Training

LinkedIn Learning, an upgraded platform of, features thousands of video tutorials and training resources about business, technology, and creative skills.

Rutgers provides free access to LinkedIn Learning for active faculty, staff, and students. LinkedIn Learning offers industry-leading content and courses taught by expert instructors in leadership, project management, graphic design, photography, software development, and more. Courses range from beginner to advanced and can be taken to obtain a professional certificate or learn more about a personal hobby.

Mail icon For additional help with LinkedIn Learning, contact the New Brunswick Help Desk.


Information about Email Issues from the SEBS and NJAES Office of Information Technology Services (ITS).

Mail icon Contact Karl Lindauer for assistance with Rutgers email.

IT Tips Newsletter

An archive of IT Tips from the SEBS and NJAES Office of Information Technology Services (ITS).

Mail icon Contact Karl Lindauer for questions about any of these tips.

Web Design


At Rutgers, the primary aim of web accessibility is to make Rutgers websites available to everyone, including users of assistive technologies and people with disabilities. See the Rutgers IT Accessibility Initiative site for guidelines and tools. You should also pay special attention to making PDFs accessible. If you would like to take online accessibility training via Deque University, fill out the signup form.

Connecting to the OPOC Webserver

These documents describe the step-by-step procedure for setting up Dreamweaver to connect to the Office of Public Outreach and Communication webserver. Other HTML editors may be used, please contact Bonnie Wasielewski with questions and for additional assistance.

Dreamweaver Tutorials

  • General Instructions: Follow the LinkedIn Learning tutorial for how to use Dreamweaver CC.
  • Synchronize Files: The best practice to avoid overwriting another website maintainer is to synchronize Dreamweaver every time you go to do some work on the site. Get the newest files from the server before you do any work, so you won’t overwrite a newer file with the old copy from your computer. Here’s a tutorial on synchronizing Dreamweaver.
    • Select synchronize the Entire Site and then Get Newer Files from Remote. Then Preview then OK.

Rutgers Website Identity Standards

Follow the Rutgers Website Identity Standards to ensure that your website looks like it belongs to the Rutgers family.

University Web Policy

The University Web Policy applies to all web pages that provide official information about Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, to the public.

Mail icon Contact Eve Burris to inquire about Rutgers University web policy.

Virtual Private Network

In order to connect to our web servers, you will need to first download and install the Cisco AnyConnect. See this document for detailed instructions.(PDF)

We R Here When You Need Us Toolkit

A collection of graphics and templates for the We R Here When You Need Us campaign.

Web Analytics

Google Analytics is a free, powerful tool for tracking your website traffic. If your website is hosted on the Office of Public Outreach and Communication servers, you can review your website's traffic and usage statistics at any time. To be added, you will need a Google account. You can sign up for one if you do not already have one.

Mail icon Contact Phil Wisneski, with your Google Account email address or with questions about Google Analytics.

Web Design & Hosting

The Office of Public Outreach and Communication designs websites for departments, centers, and other SEBS and NJAES units. We have contracted with Pantheon for hosting WordPress sites. There is an annual hosting fee for this service.

For individual faculty and lab sites, we recommend using, the university's free WordPress hosting platform.

Mail icon Contact the OPOC Web Team to inquire about web design and hosting.

Website Templates

The Office of Public Outreach and Communication has developed Dreamweaver and WordPress templates to assist you in developing your center, institute, or program website. See Website Templates for more information.

Mail icon Contact Phil Wisneski to inquire about website templates.

Wordpress Tutorials

These tutorials will help you update content on your Wordpress website.

Mail icon Contact Bonnie Wasielewski for assistance with Wordpress.

Writing for the Web

Tips for writing web copy that people will read.

Mail icon Contact Phil Wisneski with questions about writing for the web.