Higher education online communities

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By Long Tran
Content management Drupal is packed with tools to help you organize, structure and find your content. Content can be categorized with taxonomy and can flexibly associated with other content on the site. All content are created with user-friendly url that makes it easier to find and search engine friendly. Content is managed using an intuitive interface.
By Matt Rogers
Background The aim of this project – still under development – is to develop a data visualisation application. It must be multi-purpose, able to be used again and again, and to display datasets in innovative and interesting ways. The data visualisations must be accessible to all web users and easy to share. The datasets could be from big data, live data, or website data.
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By Matt Rogers
Drupal is a market leading content management system (CMS) and quite frankly we love it! All of our websites and online communities are built in Drupal. Our dedicated team of Drupal developers use it every single day (both inside and outside of work). Yet even we are sometimes surprised at the sheer number of modules and support there is for Drupal within the development community. For anyone new to Drupal, we've prepared a brief fact sheet to give you a very bird’s eye view of what the Drupal community has achieved. Drupal stats as of Nov 2015:
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By Vincenzo Gambino
Vincenzo Gambino is a Drupal Association Certified Developer and Ping Pong Ace. He is also the principal architect of Pearson’s HN Global online learning platform. We dragged Vinny away from the ping pong table during one of his rare breaks to ask him some questions about the project.
By Long Tran
Long Tran is a Senior Developer here at BrightLemon. One of the many websites that Long has worked on is CIMA Connect, the community website for the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). We asked Long a few questions about the project.
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By Vincenzo Gambino
Sometimes a client has the need to deliver content in different languages from their website to increase traffic and have more visibility across the web. Drupal has two main modules to implement translation of content in order to make a site multilingual.
Cambridge University Centre
By Leon Tong
As part of the Estate Management division, the Cambridge University Centre offers social facilities for graduate and research students, as well as University and College staff, alumni and their guests. However, the Centre’s website wasn’t providing its super clever/organised/busy students with a supportive enough online platform. So we came along with our (almost as) clever selves to help the Centre’s online presence match their offline facilities.