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KUweb - presentation for UQ

KUweb - presentation for UQ



A short tour of how we govern web at University of Copenhagen.

A short tour of how we govern web at University of Copenhagen.



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    • Governing the web of University of Copenhagen www.ku.dk
      • Janne Bavnhøj
      • Webeditor
      • Faculty of Life Sciences
    • Don’t get to the point, start with the point (Gerry McGovern) It’s all about managing big organizations and making stakeholder feel they are a part og the big pictures
    • Geography
    • Demography Sources: en.wikipedia.org , denmark.dk 23.1% (2001) 9.1% Immigrants 22,597,955 5,511,451 Population AU DK
    • DK in brief Source: denmark.dk, visitodense.dk ”  In 2010 it was voted yet again the happiest country in the world.  (Gallup World Poll ) ” Want to know more http://bit.ly/fspSSq
    • The frame Source: http://introduction.ku.dk/presentation/history/
    • Campus in the City
    • The climate difference
    • Other Uniquenesses
      • Education is for free
      Cutbacks meen more competition on ressources More external financing KU: A classical comprehensive university and the largest institution of research and education in Denmark
    • Facts and figures 6 Health Sciences Science Social and Behavioural Sciences Business, Economics and Law Arts Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology 8 Health Sciences Science Social Sciences Law Life Sciences Pharmaceutical Sciences Humanities Theology Number faculties 3,677 General 4,194 Technical and administrative staff (FTE) 2,623 Academic 4,406 Academic staff 6,300 8,600 Staff (FTE) 10,465 5,484 International students 43,731 38,010 Number of students UQ KU
    • Web figures
    • More figures
      • Web pages: 420.000+ (not including automatically generated pages)
      • Page views/month: 35.000.000 (Sept’10)
      • Unique visitors/month: 1.600.000 (Visitors count for each subsite they visit)
      • Web editors: 2.300 (70-80 FTE)
      • New pages/year: 90.000+ (no number for deleted pages!)
      • Page edits/year: 400.000+
    • KU webgovernance at a glance
        • Content quality
        • Uniform user navigation
        • Modern design
        • Content management system
        • Formalised web organisation
        • Webstrategy
    • Formalized weborganisation Rector Head of Communications Web editors’ board 8 Faculty editors Dept. editor Section editor Communications Committee Web Group Corporate IT-manager Server operations Development Support (1st level) System manager
    • Webstrategy
      • WHO (is it for) People working with web at KU
      • WHAT (is the strategic goal) Recruiting student and staff, Internationalization, creating relations, dialog with the outside world, internal communication
      • HOW (did we create it) Long proces: working group 4 people made draft, hearings in all parts of weborganization.
      • WHEN (will we implement it) 2011/2012
    • Content management system Data syndication across platforms
    • Modern design
    • Uniform user navigation
    • http://designguide.ku.dk
    • http://cms.ku.dk
    • http://designguide.ku.dk
    • Content quality
    • Webknowledge and advice http://www.scsupport.life.ku.dk/Projektsite/In_english.aspx
    • Cources at LIFE
      • CMS Beginner
      • CMS Advance
      • Wordclass webeditor (Writing for the web, SEO, IA, Usability, Testing)
    • Where are we now?
      • Implementing the webstrategy that behind
        • Focus (Less but better sites)
        • Training (Less people working with web)
      • Testing new technology (Mobile m.life.ku.dk, iTunesU, 23video, Facebook, Foursquare )
      • Asking new questions …
    • Your turn
      • 2 min.
      • What were you most impressed with and why?
      • What would you do differently?