A Course is a type of web page to capture info about an individual course, lecture, fellowship or training program. Individual Course webpages can be grouped together and structured using the Course Catalogue  hierarchy. If you find that you create a Course and there is not an appropriate category, consult with the site administrator  for assistance.
A Course page is very long and broken into several sections. Only add relevant information - any sections or boxes left empty just do not appear on the final web page.
Important note: The Course Catalog is the most important vocab here, as it defines where it sits in the structure of all courses and programs. You can view the terms available by clicking on the Red arrow (it's a pop-up box - don't worry); be sure to 'Add' (Yellow arrow) each term required.
Also note that you can enable the course for other site users to 'Signup.' This allows people to RSVP and you to generate a mailing list for a specific course. This feature will eventually be expanded to link to UCLA's CyberPay system to process online payments for courses.
This feature will be added shortly to capture Residents and Fellows clinical rotations.
See also www.semel.ucla.edu/help/content  for common aspects of adding new content to this site
'Login' button is in top right of any page. You will need to login with UCLA Online ID (formerly BOL ID). If you have not logged in before, your account must be manually verified before you can do anything interesting. Once you've submitted your account verification , you'll normally hear back with 1 working day. More help at www.semel.ucla.edu/help/login .
If you have a verified user account, and you are listed as an 'Instructor' you should have an 'Edit' tab visible. If it is not visible, contact the Education office - they coordinate all course listings. On the course page, you can update the overview, add objectives and add material useful to students (web links, publications, upload files (PDF, Powerpoint etc) and embed slideshows). More details on editing the course pages are at www.semel.ucla.edu/help/content/training .
Note that the server builds a high performance cached mirror of the whole website every night, so your saved edits may not be visible to the public until the next day. If you want to confirm your changes, you are always viewing live data when you are logged in - which is why the website is usually slower due to the vast number of database queries needed to build a fresh page.