The Content Management Handbook

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Facet Publishing, 2005 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 149 pages
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Content management systems facilitate providing the right information to the right user. These integrated systems allow libraries and other information organizations to create, organize, share, and publish documents and materials; thus, they are among today's hottest information technologies. This essential new handbook provides step-by-step guidance for developing needs specification statements; selecting and implementing content management system software (CMS) -- open source, proprietary, and internally bui

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Contents

Creating an informationenabled organization
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Content management functionality
15
Information architecture and metadata
31
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

MARTIN WHITE is Professor of Theatre and Provost of the Institute for Advanced Studies, University of Bristol. He is also coordinator of Research at Shakespeare's Globe in London. Other recent appointments have included membership of AHRB Performing Arts research review panel and Chair of the national subject association for Drama in Higher Education (SCUDD).

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