This is the first of what will be a regularly appearing column on the IT Training Tips blog. The focus of this column will be to convey tips and tricks concerning IU’s newly purchased WCMS. This week, being the first edition, is going to be pretty brief.
For those of you who are wondering what Cascade Server does, this column probably isn’t for you, but I will at least tell you that Cascade Server is a Web Content Management System produced and sold by the Hannon Hill company in Atlanta Georgia.
For more information about how Indiana University is using Cascade Server, check out the Web Content Management Initiative site: http://www.indiana.edu/~wcms.
This week, I want to make you all aware of a Cascade Server related event coming up toward the end of this month. On April 23rd from 10:00am to 11:30am, there will be an Info-share in the Dogwood room of the IMU in Bloomington. There will be a variety of topics covered including, but not limited to: how to use the New Site Managers Tool, the newest version of Cascade Server — Cascade Server 6.0, Modules and Widgets, and dealing with Institutional Data.
Hopefully you can join us!