August 20, 2014

New Article: “Content Management Systems: Trends in Academic Libraries”

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The following article appears in the latest issue (32.2) of Information Technology and Libraries published by LITA.

Title

Content Management Systems: Trends in Academic Libraries

Author

Ruth Sara Connell
Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, IN

Source

Information Technology and Libraries
32.2; 2013

Abstract

Academic libraries, and their parent institutions, are increasingly using Content Management Systems (CMSs) for website management.  In this study, the author surveyed academic library web managers from four-year institutions to discover whether they had adopted CMSs, which tools they were using, and their satisfaction with their website management system.  Other issues, such as institutional control over library website management, were raised.   The survey results showed that CMS satisfaction levels vary by tool, and that many libraries do not have input into the selection their CMS because the determination is made at an institutional level.  These findings will be helpful for decision makers involved in the selection of CMSs for academic libraries.

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