Content Management System:

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Content Management System:
FAO experience

FAO experience in the use of
Content Management Systems for
Community Building

PEOPLE

TECHNOLOGY

CONTENT

Static elements

Interactive elements

Web
-
based Community Platforms

Web
-
based Community Platforms


sufficient time must be allocated to user
requirements and needs analysis


management of
Content

and motivation of
People

are more complex than development of
Technology


ongoing management and updating of
Content

is a key issue in web
-
based community
(knowledge) platforms


decentralized management of Content is
essential

CMS: FAO Evaluation


several Open Source platforms were
evaluated (e.g. Joomla, OpenCMS, Typo3,
Drupal)


Typo3 selected as preferred platform for
development of web sites and knowledge
exchange platforms


specialized Open Source tools selected for
communities with limited requirements
(Wiki, E
-
Forum, BLog)

CMS: Static Elements


Customization of the CMS front
-
end
needed for user
-
friendly input forms


Sufficient time allocated for network
“administrators” to learn how to use CMS
back
-
end


Not all network “administrators” want/like
to use CMS back
-
end


People

more important than
Technology


Specific training on network management
and facilitation required to run knowledge
exchange tools within the CMS (Forums,
Wiki, Blog, etc.)

CMS: Interactive Elements

CMS: FAO experience


Examples of web site/knowledge exchange
platform designed and implemented in FAO
using Typo3:


E
-
Agriculture


FSN forum


High level conference on World Food security


Emergencies web site


Terrafrica


Webshore


WFD web site


World food situation portal


OneAGP