A higher education website migration is typically a process in which an institution’s website undergoes changes in its platform, content, structure, and UX/design. The old website’s content is audited then rewritten, deleted, and/or expanded upon for the new site.
Whether you’re redesigning your website, or moving to a new content management system (CMS) or digital experience platform (DXP), content migration in higher ed can be a daunting task. For institutions large and small, getting content ready to move requires time, attention to detail, and strong communication among key players. Our e‑book, The 12-Step Higher Education Migration Guide lays out each actionable step and why it’s important.
In this e‑book, you and your team will learn:
Looking for additional resources for your higher ed content strategy? Stream our webinar, Maximizing Content for Higher Ed. Beautifully executed design is only half the battle of accurately elevating your college or university’s brand online. Web design should be paired with quality content to deliver an engaging user experience on your new institutional website.
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