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I can't recall which ones are Open Source, but those are some of the popular .Net options. I never really did look into the Higher Ed specific systems.…"
"A lot of the time you can fit CMSs into two categories (not always). Of the two options below, which solution would fit you guys best?
1. Feature Complete - Packaged - Restrictive to Developers - High Cost
2. Blank Slate - CMS Framework - Flexible…"
This group will explore the future of the higher education web profession. What are the implications for our profession when you combine the current financial conditions with the ongoing (r)evolution of higher education?See More
Join our team at Towson! The Albert S. Cook Library seeks a highly skilled and innovative Web Application Developer to participate in all stages of the application development lifecycle. As a key participant in the continued development of the Library's Drupal environment, discovery systems, and digital collections, this position will work with other members of the Library IT Department, librarians, archivists, and other library staff to design, develop, and integrate sites and applications to…See More
Hi all! I am hoping soon to get our University's news site into our new Drupal CMS. My team wants to bring several news sources into one integrated site. This includes news, alumnae news, athletic news, the University's magazine SCAN, and our social media channels (probably through the Rebel Mouse app). Boston University and Mizzou are two that do this really well but I'd appreciate hearing about others. Please share!See More
"OU Campus Developers: There's still time to build and submit your working gadgets to our 2014 Gadget Challenge for a chance to win free registration + travel reimbursement to OUTC15! Learn more about building gadgets in OU Campus by…"
"We just finished our institution-wide, procurement, redesign, development, migration and launch our our university's public web presence with T4 Site Manager. I've been intimately involved in the entire process.