Presentation on theme: "Dawn Ellis, University Website Programme A whistlestop tour of website management and governance."— Presentation transcript:
Dawn Ellis, University Website Programme A whistlestop tour of website management and governance
Our website visitors
Total visits & internal visits to UoE website
Current size of our website
Our current CMS users
Use of mobile & tablet devices
New CMS rollout, EdWeb Central
Multi-disciplinary team “We like to bring together people from radically different fields and wait for the friction to produce heat, light and magic. Sometimes it takes a while.”
Introducing EdWeb distribution
Flexible management framework IS-managed CMS service based on Drupal UWP-led, centrally managed website framework, EdWeb School X Event Y Project Z LTS hosted services e.g. Physics etc … School Research Group A Institute B Schools can choose to migrate to EdWeb distribution.
Website Governance Group
ensure web strategy aligns and underpins University strategy. support the development of a consistent and high quality corporate web presence, to maintain a vision for the web as the foremost communications tool and first point of access to information and services for the University. oversee the technical and general development programme and authorise any changes to the programme after due consideration. be accountable for the development of key online priorities through the Programme Director who oversees the various work streams.
Website Governance Group ensure effective deployment of resources and conflict resolution where multiple conflicting priorities present themselves. ensure the development of University policy on all web related matters, where appropriate. secure appropriate funding, ensuring Programme activities and resources (including any product or services acquisition from third parties) are commensurate with business case and appropriate procurement. members representing College or Support Group should have the authority to commit their unit to action to help achieve agreed deliverables.
Flexible management framework Central Infrastructure UWP-led, centrally managed website framework, EdWeb Local Infrastructure Project Z Supported UoE Drupal Core School B Local Code Development Central Training & SupportLocal Training & Support Central User Admin. Local User Administration Central UoE Styling & ThemingLocal Theming & Styling UoE Drupal Distribution Unit X Event Y School A IS Provision
Introducing the Change Advisory Board
Change Advisory Board remit Ensuring a consistent vision of the CMS development Defining the criteria for standard changes (those which will not need approval by the CAB) Approval of non-standard changes, including scope of changes and timing of deployment Prioritisation of all non-standard changes Recommendation of projects for future funding