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Help with editing aalto.fi demo site at drop-in sessions in Otaniemi

The new aalto.fi demo site was published to the Aalto community on 9 May.

 

Now, the content owners and editors are reviewing, editing and approving their texts for translations in Drupal.

Have a question about editing in Drupal, or feedback about the demo site? Come and see the project team at drop-in sessions in Otaniemi*). The sessions are on Tuesdays and Thursdays in May.

  • Tue 15.05. at 09.00–11.00, Klondyke, Dipoli
  • Thu 17.05. at 14.00–16.00, Klondyke, Dipoli
  • Tue 22.05. at 09.00–11.00, Käpyaula, Dipoli
  • Thu 24.05. at 14.00–16.00, Undergraduate Centre, Otakaari 1
  • Tue 29.05. at 09.00–11.00, venue to be confirmed
  • Thu 31.05. at 14.00–16.00, Poli

*) NB The venues may change. Always check the final venue the day before the event.

The new site can be viewed at content.aalto.fi. It is accessible to those with an Aalto ID, only.

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