AEM Training & Access
Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is the main Content Management System (CMS) used by TNC. Nature.org and many of our country sites (e.g., Australia, Canada) are built on AEM. To become an AEM author you must complete training on ConservationTraining.org and request an account through the Digital Request Form. Complete the steps below in order. Training is in two parts - Part A and Part B - which together take around 4.5hrs.
Part A Best Practices for Content Creation
Takes approx. 90min to complete. Covers concepts fundamental to authoring TNC content that engages audiences, correctly utilizes the available tools in AEM, and best represents the organization. AEM Training Part A
Part B Authoring and Publishing Pages and Assets
Approx. 3hrs. An orientation to the essential features and functions of AEM. Through demonstrations and guided simulations, you will learn how to build pages from start to finish. AEM Part B Training
Login to AEM Production Environment
Before we can set up permissions for new AEM authors, we need that author to login to Author.tnc.org using their single sign on TNC ID. Login and simply close out to create an account. AEM Production Link
Submit a Request for AEM Account
Submit a digital request form. On the request page click the link for "AEM Issues" then choose the category "Access/Permissions". Fill out the form completely for quicker processing. Digital Request Form
Two Factor Authentication
You will need to use two factor authentication to authenticate your sign-in to AEM. Learn more. Read about 2FA
AEM Authoring Support Resources
Once you are all set up in AEM, check out all of our resources to help you successfully create and manage your AEM content!