Implementing a Web Content Management System for an Educational Institution
The 3rd International Conference "Knowledge Management - Projects, Systems and Technologies", Bucharest, Romania, 23-25 October 2008
6 Pages Posted: 31 Dec 2008
Date Written: October 23, 2008
Web content management (WCM) systems, as a branch of content management (CM) gained importance during the Web explosion in the mid 1990s. More and more Web administrators came to the same conclusion: the Web content needs to be managed all over the content life cycle, static HTML pages are time consuming to maintain, and a lot of Web content from our faculty website can be recreated effectively. Content management solutions try to make web content more usable to the user community of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration Iasi, thereby simplify the process of creation and publication of personal Web pages along with reducing the time and cost of content management. The critical objective of publishing Web content through the use of this WCM system is to automate the entire process of writing and publishing content. This can be done by integrating easy to use Web authoring tools with a large database of information resources, while ensuring that users receive well-managed and current information with a consistent look and feel.
Keywords: Web content management (WCM) systems, knowledge management, PHP
JEL Classification: L20, L21, L86, Z00
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