A list of current projects is available here.
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The Department's new web page is editable by department staff. Faculty have logins to maintain their own profile pages.
Created conference website and logo. Developed a system to accept paper and panel proposals through the site, allowing conference organizers to review, vote on and select proposals online.
The Department of Philosophy's new web page incorporates Wordpress for authoring and managing news items. The site's content is editable by department staff. The site allows faculty members and graduate students to maintain their own profile pages. It also includes an alumni directory where department alumni can create and maintain their own profiles.
The Department was happy with their existing web page look and feel, but asked CASpages to install a content management system so that Department staff could easily update page content, images and documents.
On Being Well-Read: A Guide to Critical Reading for College and College-bound Students
Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Poetry
This is the first online presence for the College's quarterly magazine.
The new site runs on the Movable Type publishing platform and features many 'online extras' mentioned in the print version of the publication.
The department's redesigned page includes a content management system with different domains of editing permission for different users of the site (instructors, undergraduate and graduate advisors, news manager, etc.)
Each faculty member can edit his or her own profile page and upload a CV. The site also includes a course/syllabus database that dynamically updates the site's pages with past, current and future course information and links to course syllabus documents.
CASpages designed and launched a new web page for the Department of Religious Studies, featuring photographs of religious architecture taken by Department faculty. The project included installation of a content management system and training for the department office manager and GTF on its use.
Designed and implemented a new look-and-feel for the site; revised site code to ensure accessibility.
Designed and launched a web page for the 2009 Ecodrama Playwrights Festival and Symposium, a project of the Department of Theatre Arts, and trained Festival staff on the use of the site's editing tool.
Keeping in place an existing page design that the Department liked, we replaced an inaccessible menu system with Section-508-compliant navigation that is accessible to alternative browsers.
The content of all the site's pages was migrated into a content management system. We also created an updated look for the site's home page, and moved the site from a Yamada Lab server to a web server housed within CAS.
Redesigned and developed an accessible new site for the Program. The project included the design of a new departmental logo.
This site publishes the University of Oregon Index of Economic Indicators.
CASpages designed and developed a new site for the OEF, including content management system.
Designed and developed a new site for the department based on a customized version of the Dokuwiki software. The site allows Department faculty to edit text and images on all pages of the site and to create and delete pages as well.
The project included design of a new graphic identity for the department.
Designed and developed a new site for the department. The site features a content management system and an interface for uploading rotating captioned images related to faculty publications.
Since launching the site and providing training, we have seen over half the faculty making use of the profile editing features to place updated information and CVs on their pages.