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Saïd Business School Wins Acquia Award in the Higher Education Category

Pronovix won Acquia’s Partner Site of the Year Award in the Higher Education category for its work on the public website of Saïd Business School. Ákos Horváth and Diana Lakatos of Pronovix contributed to this post.

We started working on the public facing website of the Saïd Business School at the end of 2012. Site design was delivered by One Ltd., and we were responsible for front- and back-end development.

The Case for Drupal at Small and Mid-Sized Colleges

Drupal is used to run some of the largest web sites at some of the largest universities in the world. Massive institutions like University of Minnesota (64,000 students), Ohio State University (65,000 students), Austin Community College (70,000 students), King Khalid University (75,000 students), Arizona State University (80,000 students), and even University of Phoenix (250,000 students), employ Drupal to power some portion (if not all) of their digital strategy and they see Drupal as a valuable differentiator in their effort to enhance the online experience for all their constituents.

EDUCAUSE 2014

Attending EDUCAUSE 2014? Here are 4 ways you can get involved with the Acquia team:

1. Attend our Drupal Meetup on Monday
We're hosting a Drupal Meetup on Monday, September 29th at The Pub Orlando. Join us to network with higher education professionals who are currently using and evaluating Drupal (as well as enjoy food & drinks - on us!). This is a casual event, and we encourage you to bring your colleagues and share this with your networks!
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Why Drupal Was Chosen to Build a Platform for Global Problem Solving

Saïd Business School’s GOTO website is the online platform of the Global Opportunities and Threats: Oxford (GOTO) community, an action-oriented problem-solving community tackling the issues the world is facing today. Pronovix became a finalist in Acquia's inaugural Partner Site of the Year Award Program for its work on the SBS GOTO site in the External Community Site category.

Traffic spikes and college's website crashes. Don't let it happen to you

Being in the cloud business we often hear the phrase, “don’t let your best day be your worst day.” It’s certainly a risk that any school that hosts it’s own websites faces.

Converging Content, Community and Commerce in Higher Education

Higher Education institutions rely on their websites to tell their story through rich and engaging digital experiences.

In this rapid age of innovation, it is imperative that educational establishments are able to attract and enroll the best prospective students and once those students have matriculated, institutions need to develop applications to support students and help them to collaborate, pay bills, take part in extracurricular activities and, most importantly, learn.

eduWeb Conference

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In recent years, there has been an explosion in the adoption of Drupal at colleges and universities around the world. The benefits of using Drupal have been substantial and include increased site security and uptime, better reliability and scalability, and lower total cost of ownership - all while delivering engaging web experiences that attract students and supporters. Stop by our table to learn all about our Drupal solutions for higher education.

5 Reasons Why Your School Should Use Drupal Commerce

While colleges and universities are not ecommerce businesses they still do a great deal of ecommerce. From online bill payments for class registration, to payments for fines, infractions and permits, to dining plans and other related student services, to tickets for events and seminars, to online bookstores for merchandize and materials, and of course to online giving for fundraising and advancement activities, colleges and universities are using ecommerce every day to support the multi-faceted business of higher education.

Using Drupal to Support Web Accessibility in Higher Education

Web accessibility in higher education is not a new topic. For over 15 years most institutions have been working to insure that their web accessibility adheres to the standards and protocols set forth in Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1998 (even though 508, as written, does not automatically apply to institutions of higher education, even those that receive federal funding). And certainly before the benchmark of 508 came around colleges and universities have been leaders in making sure that technology usage around campus supported the diverse needs of the entire community.

Higher Education’s Equation: Simplify Digital Complexity

Colleges and universities were some of the first organizations to create websites. They are natural content generators with access to great thinkers, cutting edge research and engaged students, not to mention they embody the word community. The web, as a result, was the perfect vehicle for them to communicate all they had to share and connect what they knew with those who were seeking the content that mattered to them.

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