The School of Medicine’s web system is managed and maintained by the Information Technology web team. We utilize WordPress to offer a School of Medicine (SOM) branded website platform for SOM departments, centers, programs, and labs. WordPress is a popular and dynamic open-source software platform widely used in higher education for web content management systems.
Please note that the SOM web team is not involved with, nor do they have access to, the Health Care web system. Any questions pertaining to a Health Care website or Find A Doc should be sent to email@example.com.
Request a School of Medicine (WordPress) Website
Fill out this form to request a School of Medicine WordPress site.
Begin Using WordPress
The School of Medicine IT offers WordPress training events throughout the year. Here is a link to our upcoming training schedule.
- How to log in to your School of Medicine web site.
- How to edit content on your site.
- Pages vs. news posts.
- Learn how to add and work with pages.
- How to create pages by copying content from another site.
- How to add media (images, documents, audio and video) to your site.
- Links – learn how to create internal, external, email links and links to documents.
Related Training from LinkedIn Learning
The links listed below go to the LinkedIn Learning training site. LinkedIn Learning is a UNC Chapel Hill licensed online video-training library that is available for FREE to UNC Faculty, Staff and Students. To access LinkedIn Learning, you must first log in with your Onyen through the UNC LinkedIn Learning Sign-In.
- LinkedIn Learning- Accessing your WordPress site
- LinkedIn Learning- Using the WordPress Admin Panel
- LinkedIn Learning- Using the WordPress toolbar
- LinkedIn Lerning- Posts vs. pages in WordPress
- LinkedIn Learning- When to Use Pages
- LinkedIn Learning- Creating Pages
- LinkedIn Learning- Creating Page Hierarchies
- LinkedIn Learning- Change what the home page displays
- LinkedIn Learning- Creating a New Post
- LinkedIn Learning- The difference between categories and tags
- LinkedIn Learning- Truncating Posts and Using Excerpts