Stakeholder: Doug Adams (CCAL)
WebRedo Contact: Ryan Kellett

General: CCAL is the critical resource for students' extra-curricular activities. Our website should be an accurate and up-to-date starting place for student organizations and student leaders to get funding information, plan events, preview spaces for events, fundraise, and learn about various CCAL programs such as student organization, student government, student center, Winter Term Workshops, Orientation, and MiddView.

  • An indexed and searchable way to access the Student Leader Resource Manual
  • Able to display student organization constitutions dynamically
  • Connection with Middlebury College Activities Board (MCAB) and the SGA Finance Committee
  • An easily usable interface
  • Online forms for the collection of data from student organizations
  • Storefront Software: accept online payment for Middlebury Outdoor Programs and Winter Term Workshops (with real-time ticketing, inventory control, and wait listing)
  • Financial: push and manipulate financial data from bannerweb Multimedia: ability to insert video and photos into CMS pages
  • Info: Collect information online, register student organizations (ability to have student updated and generated officer and club information, ability to push updates to student organizations and/or individual students, for examples, see Doug Adams)
  • Display of a student organization / CCAL meeting calendar
  • Announcements

Posted by Ryan Kellett on January 13, 2009
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Jason Mittell on whole page :

Would the CCAL site be an appropriate umbrella housing student org sites? And who would have editing authorization for the core site vs. constituent org sites?

January 28, 2009 1:51 pm
Ryan Kellett on whole page :

Yes and no. CCAL is now responsible as the contact office for assigning/registering web space, email, and passwords for student organization webspace (FTP upload). LIS, however, is the current structure for supporting the development of these websites, in the technical space. Blogs are also available for these orgs which require considerably less support. Registered student orgs can put up what they want with the Middlebury name but have a few things they can’t put on their site (e.g. payment system must go through Bookstore).

January 28, 2009 5:28 pm
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