The ANU Web Transformation Project (previously ANU Gateway) will consolidate service division web content into an efficient and effective web environment and will deliver a consistent experience for both website audiences and website managers.
What are we trying to achieve?
This Project aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of ANU Gateway websites, by:
ensuring the server infrastructure is optimised to improve speed and security of the websites
moving to a single Drupal CMS to provide efficient creation and administration of websites
providing web services to make it easy for business areas to manage their website in a supported Drupal CMS environment
creating a common architecture and navigation that provides a consistent user experience and meaningful search results
tracking and reporting website traffic statistics and trends to make informed decisions regarding University marketing and communications activity.
The Project involves establishing the web environment and consolidating and migrating selected content from current ANU websites. Content owners, audiences and other stakeholders will be consulted to determine requirements and provide feedback on deliverables.
As part of the Web Transformation Project, an update to the Current students section of the Gateway website has been launched.
Release 1 - New gateway site. The first release of the project will deliver a new gateway site that merges the current disparate collection of separate sites into a single-site solution.
Release 2 - Service Division content. Migration of Service Division web content and allow it to be exposed to multiple audiences, including staff. This release will include a revision of the Staff section of the gateway.
Release 3 – Remaining Service Division websites. Migration and consolidation of Service Division websites that were not included in Release 2.