Web Program Projects

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The UCSC Web Presence and Services Program consists of a series of projects and work packages intended to bring about a significant improvement in the consistency, effectiveness, and support for the campus's Web presence. At a high-level, the components that make up this program include:

(October 2008 to October 2010)

Define requirements, select, and implement a centrally-supported Web content management system as a core tool for supporting campus Web presence.

(November 2008)

Design, charge, and establish campus level governance bodies to set strategy for Web as a campus asset, establish priorities, and oversee Web projects, standards, and servicesRedwood

(November 2008 to August 2010)

Define, articulate, and launch (as necessary) services to support campus Web presence

(November 2008 to August 2010)

Evaluate and recommend function and design of top tier campus sites. Produce a suite of Web templates to update and improve look and feel. Establish and publish design standards for navigation, branding, interoperability, and compliance with policies and regulations

(April 2010 to November 2010)

Develop curricula that provide an overview of the campus web presence, give guidance and tools for creating, writing and maintaining web sites, give an overview of the WCMS migration process and train staff to use the WCMS application

(May 2010 to January 2011)

Coordinate with a select group of campus partners to accelerate the transition of high priority sites into the new designs