content in
moderation
leveraging the workbench
module
Who am I?
Chris Cabrera Thompson
ccthompson - drupal.org
uclachris - G+
@ccthompson - Twitter
ccthompson32 - github
ccthom...
Drupal since 2012
UCLA Library went live with Drupal 7 in 2012
Drupalcon 2011-13
LA Drupalcamp 2012
UCLA Library Mobile si...
UCLA Library, Drupal 6 and 7 sites
in need of content moderation
•  UCLA Library
•  UCLA Digital Library (Islandora)
o  LA...
Typical UCLA Library Workflow
Process
Workbench Module
•  Access
•  Moderation
•  Media
•  Email
Demo
UCLA Library workflow module tool
•  Using Access and Taxonomy’s
•  Setting Roles and Permissions
•  Configuring Work...
UCLA Drupal List (HELP!)
•  UCLA Drupal List: http://lists.ucla.edu/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/
drupal
•  ALA-LITA, Drupal4L...
Contact information
Chris Cabrera Thompson
ccthompson - drupal.org
uclachris - G+
@ccthompson - Twitter
ccthompson@library...
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UCCSC (University of California Computing Services Conference ) 2013 Drupal 7 Content in Moderation with Workbench

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Leveraging Drupal as your content management system for small and large projects is great, but as you dig a little deeper you will quickly find that you are modeling content and that can get very messy. This session looks at modeling your content in Drupal, working with your content editors and site buildings to understand the challenges that Drupal throws at you, as well as leveraging tools to moderate that content. Come and here some "realworld" examples using the Workbench Moderation module and well as tips on how to Agile type "scrums" become your savior when you piece together your Drupal Web site!

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UCCSC (University of California Computing Services Conference ) 2013 Drupal 7 Content in Moderation with Workbench

  1. 1. content in moderation leveraging the workbench module
  2. 2. Who am I? Chris Cabrera Thompson ccthompson - drupal.org uclachris - G+ @ccthompson - Twitter ccthompson32 - github ccthompson@library.ucla.edu member of UCLA Library, Digital Initiatives and Information Technology since 2007, web site administrator
  3. 3. Drupal since 2012 UCLA Library went live with Drupal 7 in 2012 Drupalcon 2011-13 LA Drupalcamp 2012 UCLA Library Mobile site (MWF) UCLA Library Drupal content editor trainer Primarily Frontend Development/Site building, starting Drupal Module development
  4. 4. UCLA Library, Drupal 6 and 7 sites in need of content moderation •  UCLA Library •  UCLA Digital Library (Islandora) o  LA Times o  Tahrir Square (restricted) •  Collecting Los Angeles (restricted) •  Frontera •  CLICC Library Services Portal •  LA Aquaduct Digital Platform •  EMEL (Sinai Palimpsests)
  5. 5. Typical UCLA Library Workflow Process
  6. 6. Workbench Module •  Access •  Moderation •  Media •  Email
  7. 7. Demo UCLA Library workflow module tool •  Using Access and Taxonomy’s •  Setting Roles and Permissions •  Configuring Workflow •  Dealing with Blocks •  Configuring Content types (or not)
  8. 8. UCLA Drupal List (HELP!) •  UCLA Drupal List: http://lists.ucla.edu/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/ drupal •  ALA-LITA, Drupal4Lib, co-chair 2012-13 (Library specific, but a good source) •  Drupal 7 Module Development Bootcamp •  UCLA Drupal meetups (starts and stalls)
  9. 9. Contact information Chris Cabrera Thompson ccthompson - drupal.org uclachris - G+ @ccthompson - Twitter ccthompson@library.ucla.edu member of UCLA Library, Digital Initiatives and Information Technology since 2007, web site administrator

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