20 July 2016 at 9:00 am
Customising website content
Education institutions will soon be able to provide more customised and localised content on the Study in New Zealand website.
StudyinNewZealand.govt.nz is moving to SilverStripe, a flexible content management system that makes it easier to update information.
By early August, institutions will be able to provide market-specific content on the site. Content will be searchable by local language.
Users will also see a refreshed home page and powerful new content, including pages for student stories, quick facts and events for students.
By September, each institution will have access to its own administration area. Using the same login they have now, institutions will be able to upload and edit their own course information, or continue using the Hot Courses information.
Each institution’s administration area will also have its own dashboard. Dashboards will display key visitor behaviour, including the number of qualified referral leads, the countries they’re from, and which programmes they’re for.
The SilverStripe migration is a great opportunity for institutions to check and update the data on the site.
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