"Katie, we are in the same boat as you. We will be changing to a site that focuses more on prospective students, moving non-related content to SharePoint. We have similar concerns but are going in with a plan of cutting our number of content authors…"
In a few months, my organization is rolling out a new Intranet for a many campuses and a central location with a new look and feel and new technology (moving from Oracle Portal to Microsoft SharePoint). The site is used by campus research administration staff to get the information and single-sign on access to tools & applications they need to do their jobs.I've managed several technology roll-outs and upgrade and know how users can have strong reactions to change. (I was here in 2006 when…See More
"Hi all - we implemented T4 in November 2014. So far the tool is working very well for us. I recently trained 21 people across different departments and they're now empowered to update their own content. The tool was relatively easy for most to…"
HFI certified usability analyst, content management, writing for the web
What CMS are you using?
Oracle Portal / Author IT (soon to be TerminalFour)
What department or office are you in?
Primary Job Responsibility
manage internal and public Web sites, including usability, content management and maintenance, training content owners, manage web staff, manage and participate on web-related projects, work closely with IS portal technical support.
Number of students at your institution
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Job SummaryThis position supports and maintains Oklahoma State University's web presence by providing web development and design expertise system-wide. Serves as web support for Oklahoma State University. Job duties includeFacilitating content management system training Holding regular collaborative meetings with web administrators from across the campus.Process iSupport tickets as neededProvide assistance for campus web development issues.Providing technical support to web…See More