Copyright laws and your school communications

You know the TV commercial: “I’m no doctor, but I’ve stayed at a Holiday Inn Express.”  Well, I’m no lawyer, but I’ve done my fair share of writing and publishing in a variety of media, and I can say most assuredly: some of the content you’re posting on your school website or using e

The secret to building an effective parent survey

How often does your school reach out to parents, and just how are you doing it? Is it a one-way proposition, with no way of gathering what’s on their minds, or how they feel about the many school issues you’re managing day in and day out? Are you bombarding them with school information with n

New program helps schools recover lost E-rate funds for websites

In an effort to help schools recoup federal funding that was formerly available to pay for school website hosting, Campus Suite has announced the E-Web Recovery Program.™ School districts which formerly received payments for up to 90 percent of their web services can now apply for discounts at the

How to respond to a school website accessibility complaint from OCR

You’re busy updating your school’s homepage with some fresh images when your superintendent hands you a letter from the Department of Education Office. It's a school website accessibility complaint from OCR – the Office for Civil Rights. This official notification claims that your school w

4 ways to improve parent involvement at your school

Engaging your students' parents these days is actually easier than ever, thanks to the many channels at your fingertips – and theirs. In this article, I want to review those channels and encourage you and your fellow school administrators and teachers to start making the most of the variety of com

New school website design themes by Campus Suite

COMING SOON - Part of the beauty of a Campus Sites™ website from Campus Suite is that schools can choose from an ever-expanding array of design themes: customizable themes that make it easy for a school district to maintain branding standards across schools and throughout departments. Mike Farl

Q and A from webinar on how to make PDFs accessible on school websites

During our recent Campus Suite Academy webinar How to Make your School PDF Documents Accessible and ADA Compliant, (see webinar video here), we had many questions we didn’t have time to answer live. Following are those questions and answers from the  webinar. In addition to reviewing the orig

4 steps to creating a school blog to boost school communications

Do you really need a school blog? Someone has to decide how it will be used, what the topics will be, and, most importantly, somebody has to write the darn thing. Creating a school blog takes time, after all, and you and your staff are already stretched thin. And even if you did have the time, would

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