Building a local CMS at Kent State
Content Management Systems in Libraries: Case Studies Edited by Bradford Lee Eden
Content management, information management, libraries
Collection Development and Management | Library and Information Science
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to describe the creation of a content management system (CMS) for the Kent State University Libraries & Media Services web site. It describes the requirements for the site and for the CMS, the CMS architecture and components. Design/methodology/approach – This paper describes the genesis and architecture of a locally-written CMS that is strongly focused on metadata. Findings – A review of local, library-specific needs combined with a review of the product universe resulted in the decision to write a local CMS. Practical implications – Includes enumerated goals and requirements for a database-driven and metadata-focused web site. Originality/value – Describes the creation of tools for data management in a locally-written CMS.
Remley, Jeffrey T.; Wiggins, Rick; and Klingler, Tom (2006). Building a local CMS at Kent State. Content Management Systems in Libraries: Case Studies Edited by Bradford Lee Eden , 69-73. doi: 10.1108/07378830610652121 Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/libpubs/242
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