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CASIT Web Services completed projects Fall 2016

Here is the list of projects completed over Fall:

Sites moved to CAS design toolkit:

Drupal Projects:

  • History Courses: Drupal site created for the History Department. It is used by faculty to submit courses they would like to teach. History administrator then take the requests and plan the year’s course offerings.
  • International Environmental Agreements Database Project: It was previously a custom PHP application. The site has 100K+ nodes. The site uses common Drupal modules and a custom module to provide the rich data in structured reports that you can see. The site also is a tool for the client as well as end-users to analyze the data and use it in their research.
  • The Medieval Elbe: It was developed for History professors Lisa Wolverton and Jonathan Lyon who are developing and presenting research and teaching materials about the interactions between Slavs and Germans in the Central Middle Ages along the Elbe river and beyond. The site allows the professors to highlight the texts and tag them with various labels. This is then presented to users to interact and review texts under those labels.

Other Projects:

  • CAS Personnel 2.0: Reworked CAS Faculty Review Tracking (requires login) module to include CAS defined review milestones such as due dates for candidate materials, department head reviews and class visits.
  • Chinese Flagship Website: Migrated the site from CASLS hosting to our servers and secured it after it was compromised.
  • Environmental Studies Advising Database: Helped ENVS update their Access database for the new term. They use the Access database to track their students through the program.
  • Mapping History Phase II: Converted key European maps from Adobe Flash format to HTML 5 and added completed US and European maps to the Mapping History site.

You can see more information about those sites on our portfolio:

Big thank you to everyone in the web team.