Content management systems

The University uses content management systems (CMS) to collaboratively create, edit, review, and publish material for display on the web.

Why use a CMS?

A central CMS provides an easy way for web publishers to create web pages with a standard look-and-feel that is consistent with the University's visual identity.

In addition, by using the central CMS, publishers can integrate their content with resources shared among the rest of the University, making it easier to take advantage of syndicated information such as University news, events and other features.

The CMS runs entirely within the web browser and provide web publishers with an intuitive interface for finding, editing, and publishing web pages.

Which CMS does the University use?

The University currently uses three content management systems:

A further Apache web server hosts media folders and a small number of non-CMS websites.