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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
"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.
Hello,We were asked to set up a wordpress demo site for the communication office to test it out. We're looking for a multi-departmental setup. The overall template will be the same, but each departmental sub-site will have its own menu on the left; The web writers/editor should be able to create content on existing pages and submit them for review to the approver. The departmental users should only be able to edit their personal departmental sites. I have installed and configured plain…See More