The DIT web team are currently in the process of migrating existing web sites to the new Web Content Management System (CMS). When this migration is completed for all Faculties, Schools and Divisions the Official Web Publishing service will be retired.
Official web publishing rights are assigned by DIT to designated organisational staff to enable them to publish and edit their website content as required. Training is provided prior to the access being granted.
Website owners and curators (those with web publishing rights) are responsible for all content in their web site area particularly the appropriateness, currency and for removal of old content.
|Target availability of service||CSU web servers have 99% availability, 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week|
|Special access conditions||Available to all staff and CSU partners who need to manage official CSU web site areas as part of their position. Authorisation must be obtained from site owner before applying for access|
|Significant incident response||Up to 10 minutes in 99% of cases for incidents affecting availability of service for all staff (this does not include incidents affecting individuals or a small subset of staff)|
|Significant Incident resolution||Up to 3 hours in 99% of cases for incidents affecting affecting availability of service for all staff (this does not include incidents affecting individuals or a small subset of staff)|
Training must be completed and competency demonstrated before official web publishing access can be granted.
Provision of publishing rights, training, consultation and optional website features are funded by the University and provided at no additional cost to staff.
The CSU website is a core business, marketing and communication tool which is used to provide information and services to prospective students, current students, staff, members of the public and external organisations. It is subject to the University's quality assurance policies, procedures and practices.
Official pages carry the templated University design and each organisational unit within CSU is responsible for maintaining their areas. To ensure CSU's web pages maintain a consistent, professional appearance, certain specifications have been defined to establish a corporate style for the University website.
All official CSU pages share the same style of corporate branding and basic navigation elements. An official CSU page will include a standard header, navigation and footer. Various levels of pages have differing headers as do faculties, schools, divisions and enterprises. Templates are available for these areas to help you publish pages to the public site.
The CSU web team will resolve urgent issues with the site's functionality and/or content, contact the IT Service Desk to request this support.
If you have further questions or need technical assistance after checking the online resources contact the IT Service Desk