OU Campus Content Management System
What is OU Campus?
The leading web content management system for higher education institutions.
The OU Campus by OmniUpdate provides content contributors an intuitive way to manage web pages and repurpose content. Content contributors only have access to content to which they have permissions to edit. Also, when contributors create new pages, preconfigured templates provide consistency to the overall web site design.
OU Campus Tools
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Review the TTUHSC OU Campus Basics Training Guide for step by step instructions to do common tasks and get started editing your pages.
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The OU Campus interface provides content contributors an intuitive way to manage web pages and repurpose content. Content contributors only have access to content to which they have permissions to edit. Also, when contributors create new pages, preconfigured templates provide consistency to the overall web site design.
- Powerful Administrator Tools
- Streamlined Content
- User-Friendly Editing
- Reusable ContentQuality Control
Every minute, the OU Campus WYSIWYG Editor automatically saves a draft of the page being edited onto the local workstation. If the browser unexpectedly quits or the user inadvertently closes the browser before saving the page, the content can be easily recovered later.
Drag and Drop
Drag and drop functionality allows users to edit and create content more efficiently by streamlining the movement and copying of files. Quickly upload files from the desktop into the directory of choice within OU Campus; move or copy files with a quick drag and drop; reorder form elements in LDP Forms; add and reorder images in LDP Image Galleries; and customize the look of your dashboard and Gadgets sidebar with a quick rearrangement of your selected gadgets.
Image Upload and Editing
Upload and edit multiple images for quick use on a web page. Authorized users can easily insert images on a page from within the WYSIWYG Editor by browsing a gallery of image thumbnails or standard filename list. With the Image Editor, users can resize, crop, rotate, rename, and save a selected image in one of many administrator-approved file formats.
When editing a page, users can see the complete design and layout of the entire page, even if they are only editing a select area of text. This allows users to see what the page will look like as they work in the WYSIWYG Editor, eliminating tedious save-preview-edit cycles.
Users can quickly search for page content, filenames, page titles, and other metadata. Searches can be constrained by scope, accessibility, and Boolean operators. Administrators can control which pages are indexed, allowing only the desired content to be searchable.
Working in the WYSIWYG Editor, users can quickly save content without exiting the editor. The function saves any changes made in the editor to the staging server, which allows the user to continue working.
And much more!