How to Use This Guide

The purpose of this guide is to assist faculty and staff in creating and maintaining their own Web sites within the Mt. San Antonio College Web site. These guidelines will help the college maintain its unique identity and positive public image on the Web.

The Web Publishing Guide is organized into three major areas:

  1. A description of the purpose and appropriate use of the college Web site
  2. What you need to know when creating your Web site
  3. A description of accessibility standards required by law.

It is important that you read this entire guide before you work on your Web site. The Web Team, comprised of the college Webmaster, Web content developer, and Web support technician, is available to help you with the process. Please contact a team member if you need support during any step of developing your Web site.

Mt. San Antonio College uses OmniUpdate, a browser-based Web content management system that requires no software to be installed on your computer, for faculty, instructional, and administrative web pages. Please review the OmniUpdate @ MTSAC Web site for new information, resources, and tips.

Getting Started

If you want to create a new faculty or department Web site or convert your existing Mt. SAC  web site to OmniUpdate, go to the Getting Started section to learn more, including training and account requests.

Mt. San Antonio College

1100 N. Grand Ave., Walnut, CA 91789
Phone: 909.274.7500 • VPhone: 909.895.6634
For emergencies, call Campus Police: 909.274.4555 Ι Text-A-Tip: 909.274.9560

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All college-printed materials and Web info are available in alternative formats upon request.
Contact Disabled Student Programs & Services: 909.274.4290 or TTY 909.594.3447.

The 504/508 ADA Coordinators are located in Bldg. 4–1460 and can be contacted at 909.274.4225.