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Cascade Server Training Sessions

Whether you are new to Cascade Server or just need a brush-up, attending a group training session is right for you. Group training sessions are held once a month and are designed to provide an overview and basic knowledge of Cascade Server.    

Group trainings are currently scheduled for the following dates:

RSVP only - No walk-ins will be accepted. Training is for the current Tarleton website, not the redesigned responsive websites.

If you are unable to attend one of the scheduled group training sessions but need updates made right away, please fill out our Request Web Updates form and let University Web Strategy help you. 

Cascade workshops are currently scheduled for the following dates:

There are no workshops scheduled at this time. 

*University Web Strategy provides Workshops on occasion.  You can read more about our new workshops on our blog post, New University Web Strategy Workshop: Making Updates in Cascade Server. Please note that you will need to RSVP to Morgan Hammond if you plan on attending a Workshop.

Getting Started

Get access to your department, organization or faculty website by emailing (use your official Tarleton email account for verification.) If you are a student, please have your supervisor or advisor email us for verification. We recommend 1-3 individuals to have access for each website. Before we grant access, you are required to attend an in-person Cascade Server training with University Web Strategy as well as read through and sign a Cascade Server User Agreement.

Helpful Resources

Download Firefox - Most compatible with this software.Internet browsers are not made alike: Recent observations with different CMS users has determined that the most reliable and fully supported browser for updating your website via Cascade Server is Firefox.  Firefox is a free download supported on Mac and PC.

These are the issues CMS users have noticed with other browsers:

  1. Not all menu options or controls are available in the WYSIWYG editor, such as Table (Row, Column, Cell) options and Insert Link options.
  2. Unable to Submit when editing a Page that contains embedded objects like YouTube videos or Flash slideshows.

Need more help? University Web Strategy can assist you!

If you have reviewed the training modules and you still need assistance, contact University Web Strategy: