Getting Started

To begin working in the Content Management System, please contact your CMS web consultant for assistance. Your consultant will work directly with you throughout the entire development process and provide your department with ongoing web support.

If you do not know who your consultant is refer to the Website Departmental Consulting Services page. If your department is not listed, please email Andrew Maddox in Digital Marketing Development or call at ext. 4344.

  • A representative from Electronic Communications will be assigned to your department and can discuss with you how the CMS will help maintain web content. This web consultant will work directly with your department throughout the entire development process and provide ongoing support for CMS questions that arise.
  • For a general introduction to some of the concepts behind the CMS, select from the links below.
  • • Admin Navigation
    • Planning a Website
    • CMS Terminology
    • Page Areas
    • Responsive Websites
    • User Roles
  • Training seminars are usually offered on a monthly basis to help users learn how to maintain their website within the CMS. To register for these seminars go to the Training and Development Seminar website.
Baylor's content management system is a tool for academic and administrative units to create and manage websites.