Web Access & Training
Adobe Experience Manager or AEM is the official content management system for websites at the University of Cincinnati. Staff, faculty and students can complete required trainings and gain access to AEM in order to update, manage and contribute accessible content to their websites. AEM is a component-based system, designed to allow non-technical authors to confidently create accessible content.
Requirements for Access to AEM
There are two requirements for access to AEM.
- Accessibility Compliance Training: This training is required for anyone at UC that contributes digital content, including websites. It must be completed before you can complete AEM training and is offered through Canvas.
- AEM Training: This training is held virtually through Microsoft Teams. You must include a screenshot of your grades for the Accessibility Compliance Training in order to register for AEM training. Register for an avaiable training date with the form below.
Register for AEM Training
Frequently Asked Questions
If you received an email asking you to verify your Accessibility Compliance Training, you will need to reply to the email with proof that you have completed the course. The easiest way to do this is to take a screenshot of your scores and included it as an attachment in your reply. You will not be able to attend training until this step is completed.
Tickets are processed weekly. Please allow one week for your training invite to be sent after you have submitted your request.
Yes, you will need their Accessibility Compliance Training screenshot in order to submit the form. They will receive an email notification and all subsequent notifications will go to the person you have requested training for.
Our training is typically held either in the morning from 10-12 or in the afternoon from 2-4. If a time is not listed for the date you select, a second question will appear that asks for your preferred training time.