Primary support areas
Related support areas
What are portals?
Portals are gateways to resources relevant specific activities or groups. For example the myGriffith student portal enables Griffith students locate and access websites and applications related to their studies and life as a Griffith student. Similarly, the Staff portal enables Griffith staff to access websites and applications related to their work and employment as a Griffith staff member.
Other functions supported within Portals and Search
Griffith Search enables users to look for resources anywhere in Griffith simply by typing a related search term.
Analysis and reporting can be performed on entire portals, individual portal categories, websites, applications or landing pages. Analysis and reporting can utilise analytics data, log data, search results, automated testing, custom testing, qualitative review and quantitative review. Analysis and reporting enables those in charge of websites and applications to understand how they are being used and identify where they are working well and possible areas of improvement.
Applications can be branded to look like Griffith and integrated into the Griffith information architecture to create exposure for the application and a good experience for the user.
Website development advice and enhancements can be sought where there is a need to secure sites or content, or integrate them with other sites and applications where there is a clear relationship to Portal and Search.
Projects and initiatives can be undertaken or supported where there is a clear relationship to Portals and Search.