16 April 2020

Halfway and counting

The migration of externally-facing websites to the University's New Content Management System - due to be completed in December 2020 - is more than halfway through, and ahead of schedule with 55% of websites now moved.

The School of English website is displayed on a computer screen.

That’s more than 150 websites, which have either been built and put live, combined into others or retired. We’ve also trained over 200 users on our CMS.

The project continues

Everybody has been affected by the current coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak. However, our team has adapted to working from home, and we want to let you know that we’re still here to help. The project is operating as usual.

How we’re keeping the project on track

  • Working from home to answer your queries and to continue migrating websites to the CMS
  • Conducting virtual meetings
  • Developing online, self-service training sessions
  • Working with website owners and departments to facilitate remote user testing

Already migrated your website?

Occasionally, we might have a query about your website. If you’re not available, it’s useful to have a second Group owner we can contact too. 

If you don’t already have a second in command, or would like to nominate someone different to the person we have listed, please get in touch to let us know. If you don’t know who we have listed as your second in command, please take a look at the site owners directory.

Get in touch

If you have CMS questions or are stuck then get in touch and we'll do our best to help.

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