Missouri University of Science and Technology


Web conversion going well!

We have passed the 100-author mark in Terminal Four and closing in on 100 sites migrated.

As a reminder, all official sites will be migrated, but not all at once. Sites currently in the standard S&T template will be moved. Check here for the list of sites left to be migrated.

When will sites be moved?
All official sites will be moved by June 2012

What will I have to do?
If you're currently a content author or if your department wants you to become a content author - get trained! Moving your site to the new system is dependent on when you schedule your training. You'll be training on your actual website (in a test environment) in the new system.

SIGN UP FOR TRAINING NOW by clicking here
• Limited number of training seats per week
• Curtis Laws Wilson Library, Room 103
• Wednesdays 1-3 p.m. and Thursdays 9-11 a.m.

Here's what happens after you sign up for training: The week the content author schedules training, the Documentum live site will be UNAVAILABLE for updates. Once the Documentum site is locked down it cannot be reinstated! Please be aware of any critical web updates when scheduling your training.
• A limited number of sites will be moved per week, no more than 14
• All content will be moved into new system by IT
• The Monday following your training, your site will be available for editing in the new system

What if my site isn't in the standard template?
Sites currently using the old research template will be moved into the standard template, as will library.mst.edu. The university gateway and specific audience focused sites like futurestudents.mst.edu and alumni.mst.edu will be rebuilt in the new system over the next 6-12 months, and we will contact those content authors directly.

Questions? Contact:

Cheryl McKay or Mark Remer
Electronic Marketing Communications

Lance Callaway
IT Web Support


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