Our main online presence, designed to attract and inform prospective students
WordPress single site is used as the University main site and WordPress multi-site is used for University Faculty and for projects sites.
Public Relations manages the university’s Web presence. In concert with professionals in colleges, schools and units it produces content for the university’s home page and Web site. Its Digital Strategy operation connects content with technological creativity and acumen in the development and maintenance of a premier Web presence. Public Relations oversees the development and implementation of new digital communications tools, including application engineering, to better connect with audiences.
A Multisite installation designed to foster and capture faculty information and knowledge sharing.
It is has been iteratively developed over the past two years. It primarily serves perspective students, both residential undergraduate and those taking degree completion programs off site.
The Individualized Studies department at Granite State College (USNH) needed to develop an e-portfolio system for students to present their case for receiving degree credit for non-preapproved prior learning, including workplace training and other college-level learning from life experience. Our use of WordPress shows how to create a low-cost e-portfolio blog system, developed to simplify e-portfolio construction, centralize information, reduce labor intensity, and streamline access for all participants. The result is a highly focused narrative of student experience with minimized feelings of overload.
AndiSites Inc. redesigned and redeveloped Jackson State University’s more than 100 individual sites (with varying looks, feels, and functionality, including multiple Content Management Systems…or none at all) into a single WordPress multisite installation.
WordPress Multisite with a custom theme, based on the Bootstrap design of the University’s public site.
Sites are from five separate state entities: Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, AgriLife Extension Service, AgriLife Research, Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Clinic and Texas Forestry Service.