"For the personal faculty Wordpress based sites (where I am probably headed)
Did you provide training/support for them?
Do you edit their content, or are they on their own?
For your department websites
Have you found it to actually be worth your…"
"Hey gang, thanks for the replies.
I was really looking for people who, within a larger university, take care of their college and departments, rather than a top level web-admins.
I work at the University of Missouri, but my responsibility is…"
To answer those questions:
How do you manage your site?
Here at CSU-Pueblo ( http://www.colostate-pueblo.edu ) we use SharePoint. I manage the entire site but train editors if they are interested. The only exceptions are our…"
"We are currently in a transition stage here at Martin Luther College, but I'll toss in my answers as best I see them:
How do you manage your site?
Currently we use Plone 2.1.x for all content management of the public-facing website.…"
"While not at the college level I manage the Aviation Sites (soon to be school of transportation with a few more depts) for Southern Illinois University Carbondale (2.5 departments, and about 35 sites total). http://www.aviation.siuc.edu
I feel like I'm in a unique position in that, at the University of Missouri, I manage our division level college (of engineering) AND most of our department sites all within a single CMS. http://engineering.missouri.edu/Are you in a similar situation? If so, let's talk!How do you manage your site?Were you handed your departments all at once, or did you have to take them over?Was a peaceful transition if you took them over? How did you accomplish…See More
"Wordpress is a very suitable way to go for on online magazine.
Just keep in mind that dumping content into the blog ≠ online magazine.
Take a look at this lecture from Jason Santa Maria: http://vimeo.com/4394152 and make sure your designer does…"
Apply at https://jobs.wheatoncollege.edu/PRIMARY PURPOSE:The Senior Web Developer serves as the technology lead for Wheaton’s Web Strategy team. This person will guide the implementation and support of our digital channels, working with the team and other stakeholders across campus to define, create, and implement digital projects. The incumbent is responsible for managing the technical resources that support the college’s primary websites and…See More
"At the time we had 2 full-time employees and a temp on the web team. We had over 150 users trained to do the migration; some departments assigned more than others. Each department was required to assign someone. As far as I know only a few had any…"
The more I learned about Sanmita, the more I was convinced of an incredibly capable, intelligent, and fully featured web firm, with design, development, and hosting all available. Sites with great flexibility, yet with sensible navigation... fully scalable, all with painless content management after launch. I tested sites they developed on my iPhone, and they automatically adjust (responsive)... no need for an app version. I'm specifically focused on a brilliant new CMS bundle, AcademicsWeb,…See More
It was a process, but yes. Once we had approval from leadership to pursue a new website, we presented to our idea for a CMS to the Web Advisor Committee to get their buy-in. We further presented to the executive committee, provost and deans,…"
"For us 'buy-in' came from the top-down. All websites are required to be in T4. That being said we conducted over 100 training sessions including using T4, writing for the web, how-to migrate content, and migration workshops. We conducted…"
"We finalized our conversation from a 50,000-page, static, Dreamweaver-maintained site into a T4 CMS-driven site in 2014. We trained 250 campus staff as content providers. We also trained the content providers how to migrate their own content. We now…"
"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…"
Missouri State University is accepting applications for a full stack developer/engineer.Position comes with superior benefits, including group health insurance, life insurance, retirement, tuition waivers, wellness programs and professional development opportunities. Learn more about benefits.ResponsibilitiesServes as technical lead to guide Web applications…See More
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