About This Course
Stanford Medicine, in looking to better serve its web author community and deliver a leading-edge web experience, uses Adobe Experience Manager (AEM). AEM offers high ease-of-use for non-technical user to create and manage web content, uses flexible components to configure customized content and uses a browser-based solution that allows editing from anywhere and anytime.
This course covers the introductory requirements necessary for enabling web authors to build websites in AEM. It address accessing AEM, navigating the environment, how to create and edit pages, how to manage assets like images and documents, how to create and use tags, and how to use the basic components.
Training is broken up into learning modules around specific topics to help you learn and become familiar with building and editing web pages in AEM. Be advised that training is required for access to edit websites and the completion of all learning modules is required before you can gain access to a site.
The time commitment necessary to take the full course is approximately 4 hours.
Please watch and learn at your own pace. You can stop the videos and re-watch content at any time. After completion of the course work, you will have the basic skills and knowledge to create and edit pages using AEM.
Once you have completed watching all videos, you can submit a Help Desk ticket to request access to an existing website on AEM or ask to have a new site space created for you.
Additonal information about AEM can be found on Stanford Medicine's IRT website.
As the Community Development & Training Lead for Stanford Medicine, Jason engages the web author community as a technology evangelist, works to improve the tools used for web authoring, manages the author experience (AX) for Adobe AEM, and provides training and training resources to ensure web author success.
Jason has a background in architecture, networking, web development, technical writing, and training that spans over sixteen years. Starting out writing technical manuals and training materials, he soon taught classes on desktop applications, network troubleshooting, and how to use propietary software. He also has experience in web development and content writing and many years architecting complex content management systems and server environments for enterprise systems for Fortune 500 companies and government agencies.