It's important to understand your role and professional responsibilities as they relate to creating web content at UTMB Health.
Always keep in mind that anything you create for the web is a direct reflection of UTMB's reputation and
brand identity around the world, as well as your own. Any site, page or content you manage or are creating for the web is an important part of
UTMB's online information ecosystem and should be approached accordingly.
What's your primary web role?
As someone who contributes to the web at UTMB, you will logically fall into one of these four primary roles. These roles are high-level classifications based on your skillset and the type of work you do, respectively.
- Owner/Manager - Site ownership and/or management only. No actual hands-on web content editing.
- Author - Content authoring and/or content (data) entry for the web.
- Developer - If you build/program web-based (browser as a platform) software applications.
Once you've properly self-idenitified your primary role, be sure that your personal profile reflects this. This information will helps us more accurately identify UTMB's community of "web people" so that we may better serve your needs while improving tools, alignment and overall effectiveness.