UIS Website Project
Chancellor Koch has, in consultation with faculty, staff, and students, articulated three priorities for 2013-16:
b) Talent acquisition and retention
To support these priorities, the Office of Web Services has streamlined the online presence of the university and addresses the university’s digital reputation using a Content Management System and Official Website Themes for all official department and academic program websites.
Where We Have Been
- 2014 – Complete content migration to CMS; refresh top-level and enrollment management theme
- 2013 – Department and unit website migration to CMS; homepage update; refresh department and unit website theme; comprehensive Web accessibility checks and fixes for all websites; content migration to CMS; streamline migrated websites; train campus Editors and Authors; launch new homepage; launch and apply new theme to migrated websites
- 2012 – UIS Mobile App; development/deployment of new websites; restructure existing websites; brand materials; comprehensive Web accessibility checks and fixes for all websites; completed CMS testing; sandbox and performance scaling; website migration tests; planning [process, procedures, training, support] and initial website migration
- 2011 – Global script updates; functional updates to websites; development/deployment of new websites; comprehensive Web accessibility checks and fixes for all websites; updated CMS review/testing.
- 2010 – Global script updates; new homepage; refreshed template for top-level marketing websites; development/deployment of new website; comprehensive code fixes for website fixes; initiated social media integration; Web accessibility checks/fixes; CMS review/testing completed.
- 2009 – New homepage; development/deployment of new websites; Web accessibility check/fixes.
- 1996-2008 – Campus Web Policy approved by Chancellor’s Cabinet; Web publishing system reviewed and implemented; development and deployment of new websites; migration of legacy websites; enterprise-wide implementation of Web infrastructure.