The internet presence of the Europa-Universität Flensburg consists of its central website and about 110 other websites connected to its institutes, departments, seminars, centers and projects. All in all, this adds up to about 12,000 individual pages, which are managed by about 400 editors via the campus management system Typo3.
For new projects, degree programs, conferences, etc., additional Typo3 websites can be created according to the scheme shown on www.uni-flensburg.de/projektabc. The requesting office receives a website framework from ZIMT, which corresponds to EUF's corporate design and already contains basic structures. These have to be refined and filled with life by the respective editors.
Depending on your needs, you can get an author or editor account for Typo3. A prerequisite for this is to attend the appropriate ZWW Typo3 training course (German only).
Editors versus authors:
- Editors are the people who can structure and build websites from scratch and can make major changes. The complete range of Typo3 functionalities is available to them. Attending the Typo3 advanced training course of the ZWW is mandatory to gain editor access.
- Authors only need to attend a 4-hour author training course offered by the ZWW. Here they learn the basic functions of the Typo3 web system and can then easily edit their own personal pages, as well as other pages of their institution.
- The ZWW offers training courses for Typo3 (German only) at irregular intervals. These workshops differentiate between author and editor trainings.
- ZIMT provides detailed instructions and training videos for Typo3 (German only) on the intranet.
- No training courses can be offered for project web servers, since the requirements are too specific and individual.
If you have any questions about websites, please feel free to contact webmaster-PleaseRemoveIncludingDashesfirstname.lastname@example.org.
Dipl.-Inf. (FH)Christian Berger
- +49 461 805 2445
- Gebäude Helsinki
- HEL 335
- Auf dem Campus 1a
- Post code / City
- 24943 Flensburg
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