- Author: Bruce Lidl
A new era for UC ANR online
If you have visited the UC ANR homepage this week, you surely noticed it has an entirely new, freshly updated look. We are very excited for the public at large to interact with the new site and to deepen their engagement with ANR and what we have to offer.
A lot of thought and conversation went into developing the new UCANR.EDU, but we are still implementing the first phase of the transition. There will be some tweaking and troubleshooting in the next few days and weeks. If you notice anything that needs addressing, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will begin adding sites to the new design over the coming weeks in a phased rollout. If you want to join the initial transition groups, please let us know. Each of the hundreds of UC ANR sites are unique and have their own specific requirements, so not every site will be ready to adopt the new style at the same time.
We very much appreciate the suggestions and feedback we have received in recent months. IT looks forward to working with you all to make our web presence a powerful tool to communicate the profound impact ANR has for the people of California. We will be offering a number of tools and resources to assist you in rejuvenating your own sites and will be available for one-on-on support if you encounter any difficulties.
Welcome to the new UCANR.EDU!