Content Management Systems: Would You? Could You? Should You?
Content management systems (CMS) are making it easier than ever to create and manage Web site content. Often, once a CMS site is constructed, administration can be performed by users with limited technical knowledge (no coding experience necessary) using rich text editors and graphical, user-friendly interfaces. But how do you get to that point? This session will explore the decision making process arts organizations should engage in to determine their readiness to move into a CMS, to navigate the multitude of CMS lines in existence, and to ensure successful return on investment for a CMS transition. Created by Josh Futrell for the 2008 Technology in the Arts: Canada Conference.