If you need a new website for your programme, research area or support unit, you have a number of different options including EdWeb, the centrally managed content management system (CMS).
The Polopoly CMS currently used by the central University website publishing framework and including the majority of schools and units, is being replaced by the University’s new CMS, EdWeb, and will be decommissioned in 2016. UWP provides support to users of the Polopoly system, from guidance to site owners to a full site development and build service. As EdWeb replaces Polopoly UWP will provide a similar support service for the EdWeb CMS.
The project to move websites from the existing Polopoly CMS to EdWeb, means that we are no longer building sites in Polopoly. The migration of Polopoly sites to EdWeb is a major project and is our main focus for 2015.
We are at the planning and prioritisation stage for bringing new sites into EdWeb. If you'd like a new EdWeb site, please get in touch.
The aim of the site building service offered by our team of website strategy and editorial experts is to work closely with you to help create a sustainable site that meets your needs and those of your site visitors.
If the central web publishing framework does not meet your specific needs, there are other units in the University who may be able to help you.
Remember that we provide training and support opportunities to all web editors, regardless of the technology you use to build your site.