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With OUTC18 only 2.5 weeks away, we’re excited to share all the fun Anaheim has to offer!
A CMS is a long-term investment, so it’s important to choose a CMS provider who plans to be there for the long haul, every step of the way.
Instead of being overwhelmed when tasked with choosing a new CMS, use our detailed evaluation checklist to make sure you ask pointed questions.
The most successful #CMS selection committees in #highered will include members with a variety of personalities and approaches.
We have some awesome events planned for #OUTC18! Here's a little sneak peek
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Your campus content contributors shouldn’t have to be trained graphic designers to edit images on your website.
Future-proofing is often an overlooked element in evaluating a web content management system in higher education. Learn how to evaluate a CMS for the long haul.
Join us for our upcoming webcast! Joel Vertin from Michigan Technological University will share his team's assessment of a new CMS and how to evaluate your needs to determine the right fit for your institution. Register today!
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