The MSU Denver Web Content Management System (WCMS) Project is an effort to support and improve MSU Denver’s Web presence and is co-sponsored by Marketing and Communications and Information Technology Services.
As a Right Sizing with Technology project, the WCMS Project has implemented a Web content management solution to support the creation, management, delivery and sharing of Web content across the University while promoting quality, consistency, accessibility, and security.
The WCMS Project has been focusing on providing a simpler, more efficient method for maintaining Web content to University Web authors who support official, external-facing departmental websites.
Simplified updating of department websites for both non-technical and technical staff
Edit Web content using any modern Web browser. Any time, from any where
Easy importing of photos, videos, Microsoft Word content
Notification of broken links or outdated content
Accessibility Checker for Americans with Disabilities Act compliance
Ability to set go-live and expiration dates for Web content
Ability to grant granular permissions to edit sites, pages or even sections of pages
Provides flexible workflows to streamline Creating\Editing\Publishing\Archiving (CEPA) of Web content
Share photos, videos, news and information across University websites
Scalable features, plug-ins and modules to bring in content from blogs, wikis, photo galleries, event calendars
Publish to multiple channels such as Web, mobile device, social networks, foreign languages
Empowers content owners
The WCMS has greatly simplified many Web management tasks but there are many things the WCMS will not be used for. The WCMS is not:
A learning management platform (such as Blackboard)
A replacement for personal email or calendars
A tool for developing personal websites
A dedicated document or media repository/management platform
For more information about the WCMS project visit the FAQ.