Welcome to the new WCET Frontiers

Published by: Lindsey Downs | 4/14/2022

Tags: WCET

Last fall, WCET relaunched the WCET website. And, to be honest, Frontiers got a little jealous.

So, what else could we do except give Frontiers an update as well?

As you can see, we’ve made several design and feature changes to the Frontiers blog. Here is a quick tour of our updates! The first official blog post in the new format will be published later this week.

  • The blog is now housed within the WCET website, which means easier access to the posts, site content (check out our practice and policy pages!), and links to our member- only resources.
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  • All new design elements that match with the WCET website and use our new, pretty web colors (we’re biased, we know).
  • The main website search filtering options will show results from
    • the blog,
    • the website,
    • from the wcetMIX community discussion posts, and,
    • other results from wcetMIX (such as our member resources).
  • Easier to find features of the blog such as post tags and archives.
  • Visually review and filter posts by blog tags.

  • And finally, we made sure the publication date is definitely included at the top of the post by the title.

As many of you, I’m sure, are aware, changes and updates don’t always go quite as planned.

We are going through all of our posts to verify accessibility and formatting of the content and design. We have identified some issues that occurred with the transfer, such as not transferring over alternative text with all images.

Please feel free to reach out to us at wcetinfo@wiche.edu if you have any questions about our content as we are completing the update process.

We all hope you enjoy the new design and features of the blog! From all of us here at WCET Frontiers, enjoy the read!

Lindsey Downs

Assistant Director, Communications and Community, WCET




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