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Authors: Pastore, S.*
Rubbia, G.*
Boccato, C.*
Title: Toward a common template for scientific websites: an institutional perspective
Editors: Isaias, P.
White, B.
Nunes, M.B.
Issue Date: 19-Nov-2009
Keywords: web, information disemination, content management system, open source software, web2.0, social networks
Abstract: Web-based Content Management Systems (CMS) technology continues to play an important role during the Web 2.0 epoch. This paper starts from the experiences of two Italian research institutions using the same web-based CMS framework, based on Plone open-source software, to emphasize that similar institutions could adopt the same approach and tool to disseminate information to both their users and the public. The template will embrace different aspects of website design in terms of structural and logical components, and integration tools taken from web 2.0 and social networking sites, which contribute to disseminating information.
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