Version: 1 March 2006
- NEW: Image gallery changes
- NEW: Standard roles to allow cross-department consistency
- CHANGE: Changed format and extended information provided by summary RAE report
- CHANGE: Esteem indicators can be explicitly marked as private
- CHANGE: Research project listing can be limited to completed/current/forthcoming projects
- CHANGE: Sitemap content type can now also display an alphabetical index
Image gallery changes
The image gallery display format has been improved slightly, with clarifications about which field serves which purpose. Additionally, a new format in appearance between the thumbnail and full formats has been added.
Standard roles to allow cross-department consistency
Standard department roles can now be generated in the profile system, to encourage use of the same name for equivalent roles across departments. There is a new CMS content type that allows display of all holders of a particular standard role across the University.
Changed format and extended information provided by summary RAE report
The 'summary' format for RAE reports has changed to display information about publications more relevant to the RAE. Please contact us if the new format does not meet your requirements (although all information remains available through the full 'human readable' format)
Esteem indicators can be explicitly marked as private
To make RAE data entry easier, it is now possible to mark an Esteem Indicator as private, which means it will never be displayed on the web. Currently all esteem indicators are marked as public, as this was the previous behaviour. Remember that public esteem indicators are not necessarily displayed on the web, as this depends on settings in the CMS. However, you should mark any intended to be private as such as soon as is reasonable.
Research project listing can be limited to completed/current/forthcoming projects
The Research Project List content type can now be restricted to only display completed projects, current projects, or forthcoming projects.
Sitemap content type can now also display an alphabetical index
In addition to the existing display format as a hierarchical tree, the site map content type can now also display an A-Z index of the pages on your site, optionally restricted to those above a certain depth in the site structure.