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Drupal in Libraries (14)

by Kenneth J. Varnum


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Learn how to evaluate Drupal as an option, manage a development team, and a website redesign project. Drupal, as an open source tool depends on community input to enhance its capabilities, and libraries large and small have shared code to accomplish typical tasks. Aimed at information professionals with some knowledge of website design and architecture, but programming skill is not required. You will learn to use Drupal as toolset to manage web content, and as a web project manager, to rapidly customize the functionality you need.

Kenneth J. Varnum is Web Systems Manager at University of Michigan Libraries, where he managed a major website redesign in Drupal. Follow Ken on Twitter: @varnum

See Ken's companion website Drupal in Libraries and follow his book-themed Twitter feed: @DrupalInLibs.

Ken talks about the book with Series Editor Ellyssa Kroski.

Table of Contents, Chapter 3, Index

  Planning Drupal Development in Libraries