The sites I’ve built
One of my roles at Wake Forest University has become “College WordPress Guy”. As such, I’ve designed a theme, WF College One Pro (no, it’s not in the wordpress.org repository) and launched several sites for my departments and Wake Forest College. (There are several other sites around campus that also use variations of my theme, but these are the ones on which I work directly.)
The Department of Counseling
The Department of Counseling is located in Tribble Hall (just off the lobby, look for the glass door), and offers both undergraduate and graduate courses, and is even the home of Wake Forest University’s newest online degree program, a Master’s degree in Counseling. They also have a great semester abroad program in Vienna, Austria, where counseling students see where many of the theories and techniques in counseling and psychotherapy originated. Click on the thumbnail image to the left to visit the site and explore what they have to offer.
The Department of Education
The American Ethnic Studies program
The American Ethnic Studies program is a multi-disciplinary program that spans faculty from many different departments and programs. In many ways, AES defies description, so the best idea of what it is and what you can gain from its classes can be had by visiting the site itself. (The thumbnail to the left links to the full site.)
Assessment of Student Learning
More and more colleges and universities are aiming to better gauge their academic programs by defining specific goals and desired outcomes for their students. This site is a collection of reports from each of the academic units of Wake Forest College of Arts and Sciences, as well as many resources that describe the reasons for such an endeavor, and steps to accomplish a successful assessment of student learning.
This site was mainly created to go along with a couple of WordPress training classes I conducted here at WFU for faculty and staff beginning to use WordPress, specifically concentrating on those using my theme, but designed to be general enough when possible so that users of any theme could benefit. The site is divided into beginner and intermediate sections, with more content to come.