Friday, February 4, 2011

How U-Knight has changed Class Notes

I. How have class notes changed now that U-Knight is here?
  1. U-Knight is now the preferred method to both submit and view class notes. We will still accept submissions through e-mail and phone call, but prefer you use U-Knight so that your update is shared with the most people as quickly as possible. So make sure you've signed up for U-Knight to able to take advantage of these new features, which you can do here
  2. We include class notes in The Scene, which is published three times a year. However, space is limited and only marriages, births & adoptions, new degrees and career news usually fit in print. Luckily, U-Knight lets everyone's notes appear online for everyone to see.
  3. Being a U-Knight member will let you see class note updates as soon as they are submitted on the U-Knight 'My Page'. Why wait until the next Scene to read and share when you can get updates live?

II. Submitting Class Notes:

First choose a category:
  • Careers News
  • Births & adoptions
  • Marriages & Commitments
  • Catching UP
  • Educational News
  • General
Include a picture if you like by clicking browse and selecting a photo. Once you've filled in the required fields, you'll see a sample of what your class note will look like. You can edit this before submitting the final wording. Check the box to give us permission to reprint the note online and in print, and submit!

Note: In Memorium notes cannot be submitted through U-Knight. For alumni who have passed on,  please email or call (585) 245-5506.

This section is organized first by the most recent class notes posted and then by the type of class note, so if you want to see just weddings, for example, just scroll down a bit to see them grouped together. If a class note includes a photo it will have a camera icon to the right of the note - clicking on this will bring up the picture. 
You can also receive class immediately without even visiting U-Knight by subscribing to the class notes RSS Feed - use this site if you are unfamiliar with RSS Feeds and want to learn more.

As always please let us know if you have questions!

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