CUL Blogs: The WordPress Upgrade

On April 11, after much development work and preparation, LDPD and LITO rolled out a major upgrade to the CUL blogs platform.  The move from WordPress MU (Multi-User) to WordPress MS (Multisite) was much needed and long anticipated, and will bring a variety of benefits to everyone involved with editing, supporting, and viewing CUL Blogs. […]

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A New Way To Request New CUL Wiki Spaces

If you’d like to request a new CUL wiki space, please use our new request form, which will streamline our processes and reduce the time it takes for us to fulfill your request: https://culis.columbia.edu/web/forms/wiki_request.html You can always find the form via the link on the CUL Wikis StaffWeb page: https://culis.columbia.edu/web/wcm/specialized/wikis.html As always, if you need […]

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Upcoming Workshop Series: Creating Content and Writing for the Web

Join me in the Studio@Butler for Creating Content and Writing for the Web. The workshops will be held on April 15, 22, and 29 (all Tuesdays) from 2-3:30 p.m. Please RSVP candicekail@columbia.edu. Creating Content and Writing for the Web is a short series of workshops for librarians and other content contributors within the libraries to […]

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CQ Upgrade Schedule, Short Content Freeze, & More New Opportunities!

Our upgrade to CQ (renamed by Adobe from Adobe CQ to Adobe Experience Manager, or AEM) is being tested this week by several content contributors as well as LDPD staff. The schedule for bringing it up for everyone is: 13 – 17 January Provide test contributors with information about new features/behaviors Gather feedback from content […]

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Launching the New LibraryWeb

As you all are hopefully well aware, our almost year-long effort to redesign the Libraries primary public website is approaching its conclusion.  The new site will go live in soft-launch on June 3.  Hopefully all LibraryWeb content contributors are keeping up with Libraries Website Redesign Blog.  There's a lot of critical information there, so we […]

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