Content Management at UBC's Okanagan campus

A Content Management System (CMS) allows non-technical individuals the ability to update the content of websites without having to know how to program or write HTML, the scripting language used to develop web pages. Individuals who have natural responsibility for sections of web content are empowered to maintain the content themselves, without having to pass the content to a 'webmaster' for posting. Learn more about how CMS works >>

Benefits of Content Management Systems

Reduce costs

  • Streamline the overall process of updating your website, reducing the overall costs of on-going site maintenance

Build a professional and sustainable online presence

  • Build a higher degree of visual and brand consistency
  • Improve the usability of your website
  • Maintain up-to-date information

Increase productivity

  • Empower individuals across all levels of your organization to contribute and maintain website content in a manner that reflects actual ownership of information
  • Free up your technical staff to work on more advanced tasks that help to further enhance your online presence

Learn More

Visit our Getting Help section for tools and resources for creating/maintaining your website, downloadable PowerPoint presentations used in Training Sessions, links to ACM's Online Help System, and more!

Get Started

If you are part of a UBC unit at the Okanagan campus and are in need of a website, please submit your request via the IT Helpdesk and a member of the Web Services team will be in contact with you. 

 

Last reviewed shim4/5/2016 9:45:32 AM

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