University Libraries’ website migration completed

Friday, Sept. 30, marked the highly anticipated completion of the full migration of the Libraries’ website into Drupal. After nearly two years of hard work on the project, we were able to decommission our old Content Management System, Adobe CQ. The goal of the Libraries’ public website is to make our information, services, and resources easily discoverable and
accessible to all of our users. All internally facing content has been migrated into the staff site, designed specifically to serve the needs of the Libraries’ faculty and staff.

As with any website migration, the work doesn’t end the day the migration is complete. The web is an ever-changing, iterative environment that requires consistent updates and improvements to content and functionality. This is where feedback is critical to the continued success of
our site! We welcome your comments, questions, and suggestions, which will help us improve the site as we move forward. Please feel free to direct your feedback via the form at: Feedback and requests will be reviewed and prioritized, and help guide us in planning the next steps for the site.

An effort of this magnitude doesn’t happen without a great team of supportive people! Thank you to everyone in the University Libraries who dedicated great amounts of time and energy to help make the migration a smooth one. Again, we look forward to your feedback as we continue to move forward.

– submitted by Karen Hackett, web content strategist, I-Tech