Six Feet Up helped the College Preparatory School (CPS) with the deployment of their new calendar-driven Zope/Plone website, providing guidance on the selection of appropriate open source technologies, and implementing key functionalities. The new website features a custom look and feel based on which section is displayed. Banner images, link colors, button styles and other visual elements get automatically updated thanks to the implementation of dynamic CSS rules. A Photo Randomizer tool provides a rich experience throughout the site by randomizing pictures shown in the right side bar. Taking customization to the next level, Six Feet Up developed an enhanced Calendar tool that restricts the events shown in the Calendar portlet depending on where you are in the site. To browse upcoming school events visitors can also use a calendar's month-view, and click a date to get to the calendar's day-view thanks to the integration of the Event type with the Plone CalendarX product. Upcoming events feature description text and images. As events expire, College Preparatory School staff members can easily update the information to look like a press item accompanied by a photo-album. To achieve this, Six Feet Up created a custom Event type featuring a dynamic view based on what the type contains. As far as user management is concerned, Six Feet Up used CMFMember (an Archetype-based Member creation and management system) to create a custom Member type for teachers and administrators. This allows the School to gather extra information such as the teacher's department, phone number, education background, web page etc., and use it to dynamically create a master contact list based on the member's status. Last, Six Feet Up upgraded, tested and deployed the main Plone templates to ensure a smoother Plone 2.0.5 to 2.1 migration. Especially, the portal navigation settings were modified to start showing navigation items at a sub-level, and limited the types showing up in the navigation portlet.
Finding a private school in Lisbon which has nursery, kindergarden and primary school all together is subject of efficient research. It is important that families gather enough information that allows them to decide wisely on the school fits their idea of education. Balance between quality of education plus quality of care are two decisive factors to take into consideration.
Cranionline is an e-learning Portal based on Plone and offers virtual Courses for Craniolgy. The Application is integrated with the Swiss-wide University-SSO-System (based on Shibboleth) provided by Switch/AAI.
The academic client wanted a new and powerful web site which could be managed by professors and other teachers working for the department. The keywords were interoperability, collaboration, information sharing, up-to-date, user friendly and evaluable. A Plone site was deployed to answer these needs.
The Design Research Institute (DRI) aims to build design research's role as a 'solution finder' toward the challenges of the Urbanisation and the Cities of the Future. The Institute hosts forums and events to promote informed dialogue in the design sphere and introduce its community to international design innovators and renowned academic thinkers. It contributes to an understanding of the value of design and the role of design research among diverse communities and audiences.
Digesto publishes a compendium or digest of the University bylaws. The National University of Cordoba, is the oldest of Argentina and one of the first in the American continent. It has a long history, full of rich events that turned into one of the most important center of influence.
Dominican University of California is an independent university of Catholic heritage located 12 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge in Marin County, California. Founded in 1890 by the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael, Dominican enjoys a century-long reputation for excellence in scholarship, research, and community outreach.
The Duke Institute for Genome Sciences & Policy is a multidisciplinary network of centers and programs that form an integrated, campus-wide approach to advancing the genome revolution and addressing its implications for health and society.
The health of our Nation’s trees and forests is under constant threat by a variety of issues such as insects and disease, wildland loss, invasive species, uncharacteristic fire and climate change. The Eastern Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center provides the latest research and expertise on these topics to assist landowners, managers and scientists detect and predict future threats to their land. This integrated approach is the first of its kind and will result in the development of new technology and tools to rapidly improve knowledge of multiple forest threats.