[CSG Fall 2005] Content Management Survey

Tom Dopirak is going over the survey that was done on Content Management for the CSG meeting. Slides are online at http://www.stonesoup.org/Meeting.next/repos.pres/ Only about ten institutions offer institutional level CM systems, and they’re mostly vendors instead of open source implementations. The primary business drivers were to distribute responsibility for content development and to separate content … Continue reading “[CSG Fall 2005] Content Management Survey”

Tom Dopirak is going over the survey that was done on Content Management for the CSG meeting. Slides are online at http://www.stonesoup.org/Meeting.next/repos.pres/

Only about ten institutions offer institutional level CM systems, and they’re mostly vendors instead of open source implementations.

The primary business drivers were to distribute responsibility for content development and to separate content from design.

Most are using Web browsers as publishing targets but many also target mobile devices. Delaware targets both RSS and email for publishing.

Almost none of the respondents are using complex workflow. Most are using just two roles. In response to a question Georgetown stated that they found that most departments do all of the review of content offline before it gets into the CMS, and that almost no roles are used.

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