You guys helped me a lot when I went to teach my in-person undergrad class at a local college. Now I am teaching a graduate level class which is online and asynchronous (a six week "intensive" three credit class about tools for library advocacy). If you had one piece of advice for someone who was new to teaching grad school online to make the most out of it, what would it be? [more inside]
I am looking for an out of the box solution that will allow me to sell digital (PDF) documents as a one-off and as a subscription. [more inside]
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Looking for a good content management system for a science research lab website. Any suggestions? [more inside]
[Asking for a colleague filter] Marketing people, how do I jump from academia into your world? [more inside]
For a job application- How can I get a little bit of hands on experience of using an archives management system like CALM or VERNON? I live in Bristol, England. [more inside]
I have until noon tomorrow to prove to my company that switching out our proprietary CMS system to Wordpress is a terrible idea. Difficulty: I know nothing about Wordpress. Help! [more inside]
What are good resources for researching and evaluating enterprise web content management and digital asset management systems?
Please help me find a website content management system for a professional networking organization staffed entirely by volunteers on a tight budget. [more inside]
I am on the lookout for a free online database and would like your opinion on the options out there. [more inside]
Content manager? Social media consultant? Help me find this job title, so I can (most efficiently) learn more about this job. [more inside]
How can a small company create a knowledgebase for use internally as well as externally by clients. [more inside]
How to optimally manage general and customer-specific documentation using DreamWeaver CS3 and PHP? [more inside]
Tell me about the latest and greatest in content management systems. [more inside]
Dreamweaver as Content Management System -- a tutorial for idiots, please. [more inside]
A friend has asked me to design/build a website for an organisation he's involved with. He will be updating the pages, creating new ones etc. There's a very small budget, which only covers the intial setup He has no experience, and a copy of FrontPage (which I don't use or have). The host allows php and ssi, but not databases. What's the best option for providing him with a template that will let him create and change pages easily, without screwing up my layout and causing me more grief?
Help a stressed out writer with no understanding of enterprise software build consistency across an organization. What enterprise-wide content/workflow/collaboration/translation memory software am I missing? [more inside]
Someone at work is trying to create a professional social network with some content management requirements. I have a desired feature list in hand but don't know what product to recommend... can you help? [more inside]
Help me remember the name of this minimalist CMS. [more inside]
What else has wiki/email integration features like JotSpot's? [more inside]
Up in ur antique pc's optimizin ur network. I, a previously porn-surfing net monkey whose "kit" was a Dell Inspiron 5100 laptop (a retard's computer if there ever was one), have through recent endowments of hardware and employment opportunities, become the proud new owner of a fleet of slightly antiquated electronics that will need to be strung together and (probably) modified and moved if I'm not going to go insane tranferring massive volumes of data from one to another. This isn't so much a tech question as a planning one - what would you do with all this stuff? How can I get the best use out of it? [more inside]
Father wants a website. I am the one to build it for him. Looking for easy ways to manage content. Already tried Wordpress, looking for alternatives. [more inside]
Is there an existing CMS that can drive a website that allows people to rate local restaurants, and that will provide driving directions to those restaurants? [more inside]
Is there a simple, themed content management platform with an intergrated BitTorrent tracker module? [more inside]
Client says: "I should to be able to update the text on this website whenever I want to." Simplest possible solution? [more inside]
Looking for a web content-management or wiki-ish system that can be easily used by non-tech-oriented academics. [more inside]
How to charge for website design and can you recommend a few things in that area? [more inside]
Craigslist has yet to visit my community, and from what I can tell there's a real dearth of comprehensive entertainment/events listings. There are two local colleges, a very small local music scene, and the usual array of chain restaurants and movie theaters, plus some community events. There are some listings in a freebie paper entertainment guide. Anyway, I want to make a site that aggregates all of this information and is searchable by category or key word. Is there a pre-existing content management system that might work well for this? [more inside]
webdesignFilter: Help! I need recommendations for a web company to design and build a retail website with e-commerce and content management. Bonus points for an NYC-based company. Even more bonus points for something somewhat affordable.
I am helping an alumni/student association set up a simple website that would ideally include news items, photo albums, a calendar and basic static information about the group--its mission statement, history, and past activities. They'd probably also like to be able to create mailing lists around different interests on the fly, and then also browse those topics. Yahoo Groups is probably a little less than we want, but the other options seem like they would require too much customization (Plone) or too little flexibility (Typepad) Are there good alternatives (even fee based ones) that help groups communicate their missions to the public and staty organized? We're using PBwiki to generate content (that's working well) but it's not pretty enough for a public face--I feel the same way about JotSpot. Any recommendations? I thought I remembered a new player in this space, but can't recall them now.
I'm looking for a content management system and community backend that's similar to but better than Scoop. [more inside]
I need comparative opinions on different content management tools [more inside] [more inside]
CMSfilter: I am setting up a site for a friend's performance group. The key dynamic features will be a gig schedule and a photo gallery; other than that, I expect it'll be mostly static content. I'm looking for a CMS where the appearance is easy to customize and where non-technical people will be able to update the content easily without bugging me. I'm already famililar with opensourcecms.com, etc--I'm wondering if anyone has any specific recommendations. Roll-my-own is not an option.
Can anyone recommend an online collaborative software that allows developers at remote locations around the world to share files, debate and update each other on the progress of their portion of a project. Which is best for this sort of thing: a mail-list, blog, wiki, bulletin board or some combined form of these?