Separate "Sites" In Cascade CMS

Hello Fellow Teknoids,

Are any other Law Schools using HannonHill's Cascade CMS? Specifically, we are interested in learning if any law schools maintain their own Site(s) within Cascade using the Administrator role.

If anybody is wondering, a Cascade "Site" is a container for organizing all Home and Administration area assets for a website. Site administrators can grant access to Site content for specific Users and Groups in Cascade Server. Users and Groups can also be assigned Site-specific Roles to grant or restrict their abilities on a particular Site.

Please let me know. Thanks.

Gary

Gary Moore, PMP |Assistant Dean for Information Systems| Hofstra Law School
121 Hofstra University, Room 221 |Gary.P.Moore@hofstra.edu |Phone: (516) 463-6067
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Separate "Sites" In Cascade CMS

We run an instance of Cascade at UC Davis School of Law. In addition to the main school's site, we also invite all of the students to maintain their content through the system. Each student organization and journal gets their own "site" with administrative privileges. I believe it gives them all of the necessary rights over their content and design, without compromising the integrity of the system.

If you are interested in more detail I can put you in touch with my web developer who is extremely knowledgable about all things Cascade.

Best

Jamie Butler
Director of Information Technology
UC Davis School of Law
(530) 752-6012
jebutler@ucdavis.edu

UC Davis School of Law - 40 Years of Excellence, Leadership, and Community

From: "Gary P. Moore" <Gary.P.Moore@hofstra.edu>
Reply-To: Teknoids <teknoids@ruckus.law.cornell.edu>
Date: Wed, 1 Jun 2011 09:29:52 -0700
To: "Teknoids (teknoids@ruckus.law.cornell.edu)" <teknoids@ruckus.law.cornell.edu>
Subject: [teknoids] Separate "Sites" In Cascade CMS

Hello Fellow Teknoids,

Are any other Law Schools using HannonHill’s Cascade CMS? Specifically, we are interested in learning if any law schools maintain their own Site(s) within Cascade using the Administrator role.

If anybody is wondering, a Cascade “Site” is a container for organizing all Home and Administration area assets for a website. Site administrators can grant access to Site content for specific Users and Groups in Cascade Server. Users and Groups can also be assigned Site-specific Roles to grant or restrict their abilities on a particular Site.

Please let me know. Thanks.

Gary

Gary Moore, PMP |Assistant Dean for Information Systems| Hofstra Law School
121 Hofstra University, Room 221 |Gary.P.Moore@hofstra.edu |Phone: (516) 463-6067
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Separate "Sites" In Cascade CMS

Hey, maybe a session on the different CMS's being used in law schools would
have been good for the conference. I think I'll just start the CALIcon12
folder.

Elmer.

On Thu, Jun 2, 2011 at 9:59 AM, Butler, Jamie <jebutler@ucdavis.edu> wrote:

> We run an instance of Cascade at UC Davis School of Law. In addition to
> the main school's site, we also invite all of the students to maintain their
> content through the system. Each student organization and journal gets
> their own "site" with administrative privileges. I believe it gives them
> all of the necessary rights over their content and design, without
> compromising the integrity of the system.
>
> If you are interested in more detail I can put you in touch with my web
> developer who is extremely knowledgable about all things Cascade.
>
> Best
>
> Jamie Butler
>
> Director of Information Technology
>
> UC Davis School of Law
>
> (530) 752-6012
>
> jebutler@ucdavis.edu
>
>
>
> UC Davis School of Law - 40 Years of Excellence, Leadership, and Community
>
>
>
> From: "Gary P. Moore" <Gary.P.Moore@hofstra.edu>
> Reply-To: Teknoids <teknoids@ruckus.law.cornell.edu>
> Date: Wed, 1 Jun 2011 09:29:52 -0700
> To: "Teknoids (teknoids@ruckus.law.cornell.edu)" <
> teknoids@ruckus.law.cornell.edu>
>
> Subject: [teknoids] Separate "Sites" In Cascade CMS
>
> Hello Fellow Teknoids,
>
>
>
> Are any other Law Schools using HannonHill’s Cascade CMS? Specifically, we
> are interested in learning if any law schools maintain their own Site(s)
> within Cascade using the Administrator role.
>
>
>
> If anybody is wondering, a Cascade “Site” is a container for organizing all
> Home and Administration area assets for a website. Site administrators can
> grant access to Site content for specific Users and Groups in Cascade
> Server. Users and Groups can also be assigned Site-specific Roles to grant
> or restrict their abilities on a particular Site.
>
>
>
> Please let me know. Thanks.
>
>
>
> Gary
>
>
>
>
>
> *Gary Moore, PMP* |*Assistant Dean for Information Systems*| Hofstra Law
> School
>
> 121 Hofstra University, Room 221 |Gary.P.Moore@hofstra.edu |Phone: (516)
> 463-6067
>
> [image: Description: cid:image001.gif@01CB75DD.597DA5E0]
>
>
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RE: Separate "Sites" In Cascade CMS

Works for me Elmer. Thanks!

Gary

Gary Moore, PMP |Assistant Dean for Information Systems| Hofstra Law School
121 Hofstra University, Room 221 |Gary.P.Moore@hofstra.edu |Phone: (516) 463-6067
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From: teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Elmer Masters
Sent: Thursday, June 02, 2011 10:45 AM
To: Teknoids
Subject: Re: [teknoids] Separate "Sites" In Cascade CMS

Hey, maybe a session on the different CMS's being used in law schools would have been good for the conference. I think I'll just start the CALIcon12 folder.

Elmer.
On Thu, Jun 2, 2011 at 9:59 AM, Butler, Jamie <jebutler@ucdavis.edu> wrote:
We run an instance of Cascade at UC Davis School of Law. In addition to the main school's site, we also invite all of the students to maintain their content through the system. Each student organization and journal gets their own "site" with administrative privileges. I believe it gives them all of the necessary rights over their content and design, without compromising the integrity of the system.

If you are interested in more detail I can put you in touch with my web developer who is extremely knowledgable about all things Cascade.

Best

Jamie Butler
Director of Information Technology
UC Davis School of Law
(530) 752-6012
jebutler@ucdavis.edu

UC Davis School of Law - 40 Years of Excellence, Leadership, and Community

From: "Gary P. Moore" <Gary.P.Moore@hofstra.edu>
Reply-To: Teknoids <teknoids@ruckus.law.cornell.edu>
Date: Wed, 1 Jun 2011 09:29:52 -0700
To: "Teknoids (teknoids@ruckus.law.cornell.edu)" <teknoids@ruckus.law.cornell.edu>

Subject: [teknoids] Separate "Sites" In Cascade CMS

Hello Fellow Teknoids,

Are any other Law Schools using HannonHill's Cascade CMS? Specifically, we are interested in learning if any law schools maintain their own Site(s) within Cascade using the Administrator role.

If anybody is wondering, a Cascade "Site" is a container for organizing all Home and Administration area assets for a website. Site administrators can grant access to Site content for specific Users and Groups in Cascade Server. Users and Groups can also be assigned Site-specific Roles to grant or restrict their abilities on a particular Site.

Please let me know. Thanks.

Gary

Gary Moore, PMP |Assistant Dean for Information Systems| Hofstra Law School
121 Hofstra University, Room 221 |Gary.P.Moore@hofstra.edu |Phone: (516) 463-6067
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RE: Separate "Sites" In Cascade CMS

We use Cascade campus-wide at Richmond and with it we have probably achieved the most reasonable distribution of maintenance responsibility around the law school to date.

Paul Birch
University of Richmond School of Law

From: teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Gary P. Moore
Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2011 12:30 PM
To: Teknoids (teknoids@ruckus.law.cornell.edu)
Subject: [teknoids] Separate "Sites" In Cascade CMS

Hello Fellow Teknoids,

Are any other Law Schools using HannonHill's Cascade CMS? Specifically, we are interested in learning if any law schools maintain their own Site(s) within Cascade using the Administrator role.

If anybody is wondering, a Cascade "Site" is a container for organizing all Home and Administration area assets for a website. Site administrators can grant access to Site content for specific Users and Groups in Cascade Server. Users and Groups can also be assigned Site-specific Roles to grant or restrict their abilities on a particular Site.

Please let me know. Thanks.

Gary

Gary Moore, PMP |Assistant Dean for Information Systems| Hofstra Law School
121 Hofstra University, Room 221 |Gary.P.Moore@hofstra.edu |Phone: (516) 463-6067
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RE: Separate "Sites" In Cascade CMS

UC Hastings College of the Law is using Cascade Server from Hannon Hill.
Our library is developing its own site in Cascade.

Marilyn Z. Smith

Web Development Coordinator

From: teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu
[mailto:teknoids-bounces@ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Gary P.
Moore
Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2011 9:30 AM
To: Teknoids (teknoids@ruckus.law.cornell.edu)
Subject: [teknoids] Separate "Sites" In Cascade CMS

Hello Fellow Teknoids,

Are any other Law Schools using HannonHill's Cascade CMS? Specifically,
we are interested in learning if any law schools maintain their own
Site(s) within Cascade using the Administrator role.

If anybody is wondering, a Cascade "Site" is a container for organizing
all Home and Administration area assets for a website. Site
administrators can grant access to Site content for specific Users and
Groups in Cascade Server. Users and Groups can also be assigned
Site-specific Roles to grant or restrict their abilities on a particular
Site.

Please let me know. Thanks.

Gary

Gary Moore, PMP |Assistant Dean for Information Systems| Hofstra Law
School

121 Hofstra University, Room 221 |Gary.P.Moore@hofstra.edu |Phone: (516)
463-6067