The Griffith web collection is managed by a three way partnership between the Office of Marketing and Communications, Information Services and the web publishing community. Strategic direction is provided by the Digital Communications Steering Committee.
- The Office of Marketing and Communications provides marketing direction for public websites, controls the use of the Griffith branding standards and provides overall coordination, training and support for web publishers using the core web content management system (Squiz Matrix CMS).
- Information Services provides the CMS technology support and student and staff portal and intranet support.
- The Web publishing community are the content experts and manage the publishing of content.
All Griffith University web sites, services and content must conform to published operational guidelines, standards and templates.
The Deputy Vice Chancellor and Provost as chair of the Digital Communications Steering Committee has oversight of the University?s web strategy and implementation of ongoing improvements to the University's web presence.
Web publishers and content coordinators must maintain familiarity with current branding and web guidelines including maintaining currency and accuracy of content, complying with accessibility obligations, and writing content which meets the needs of the target audience.
The Chief Technology Officer (Information Services), in consultation with the Office of Marketing and Communications, is responsible for taking appropriate steps to remove content and/or functionality that may result in legal liability or damage to the reputation of the University.
The Director, Office of Marketing and Communications is responsible for documenting branding guidelines for the University.