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Falcon-on-Drupal: Update and Q&A session

A presentation and Q&A session to discuss the migration of websites to Falcon-on-Drupal, with guest speaker Barney Brown describing the University's Digital Presence Strategy.
When Nov 18, 2019
from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Where Institute of Criminology, Room B3
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A presentation and Q&A session to discuss the migration of websites to Falcon-on-Drupal – a new version of the Falcon website content management system (CMS) service based on the Drupal platform. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions about the development, service features and the migration of their own sites.

Topics covered:

  • Progress on the migration from Plone to Drupal
  • Potential end-of-support timescale for Plone 4
  • IT Portfolios and prioritisation of work at UIS
  • Guest speaker: Barney Brown (Head of Digital Communications, Office of External Affairs and Communications) on the roadmap for the University’s Digital Presence for the next 5 years, including:
    • Introduction to the Digital Presence Strategy
    • Branding strategy
    • New home page for the University’s main website
    • Implications of the Digital Presence Strategy for webmasters

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