The University has adopted three distinct roles in web publishing.
The Griffith web presence spans many web sites, applications and publishing platforms. Different sites and content types are grouped together and called collections of content with a common purpose and/or audience.
Major web collections
- Internet or Public Site
- the public facing Griffith website. This is tailored for the needs of future students, industry, the public, and other external stakeholders
- Intranet Site
- sites and applications for current staff and students, including the Student (myGriffith) and staff Portals and the student Learning Management System, Learning@Griffith. Some of the Intranet requires login
These areas are further broken down into audience groups such as current and future students.
Steps in establishing a CMS website
- Determine the CMS content template you require ? contact the Marketing Technology team to discuss if required
- Undertake the training to be a content coordinator or web publisher (if you need to)
- Register the new site including a description of the purpose for the site and the required content template
- Add content to the new site shell created for you by the Marketing Technology team
- Check the site using a quality review checklist and/or request a review by the Marketing Technology team
- Make the new site live
- Undertake on-going review and development of the site