Tag: EdWeb

The next regularly scheduled updates and improvements to EdWeb take place on Thursday 6 August and Tuesday 25 August. These deployments will introduce the additions of personalised subsite footers, customisable colour themes, and a new streaming media asset tool, as well as performance and accessibility improvements.

The new University search engine launched on 9 July after a nine month research and development period.

I’m currently in the fifth week of my eight week internship with the UWP tech team. So far it’s been a really enjoyable experience.

The next regularly scheduled updates and improvements to EdWeb take place on Monday 6 July. This latest deployment will include asset tracking, page audience restriction, and the ability to create RSS feeds.

The new EdWeb forms functionality has just launched. It’s a really powerful tool that can replace not only Polopoly forms but also many forms that currently need to be proxied in.

The next in our regular schedule of updates and improvements to EdWeb takes place on Tuesday 16 June. In addition to a wide variety of technical and performance improvements, we will be rolling out two new convenient, user-friendly features: bulk publishing and webforms.

Due to high demand for the service, on 5 May 2015 we’re going to run a special website support clinic dedicated to assisting people with their EdWeb migration preparation tasks.

We’re running short, informative sessions in early May to give colleagues a showcase of what the new website and CMS can do and an outline of what is still to come. Check out the new videos and demo site too. The sessions are an open invite, so if you know of colleagues who might like to […]

Last week we brought together representatives of the entire EdWeb project team to review the Polopoly to EdWeb migration process, with a goal to make it as easy as possible for University web editors to prepare for, and get information on, the progress of the migration of their site.

At the end of last year, I ran an open invite session for web publishers, developers and project managers in which I outlined how we’re conducting rapid, iterative usability testing as part of the development of the new University CMS, EdWeb. The presentation was followed by a demo of the process in which everyone participated.

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