The Family Medicine website provides information about the training of physicians who give excellent patient care. It features photo galleries, staff and faculty directories, articles about the Fellowship opportunities and Residency Programs, research and much more. The site was launched in December 2011.
The MSU Academic Human Resources website was built with the faculty and academic staff in mind. As a resource itself, the left-side menu provides direct links to nine other campus sites with information about teaching bylaws, policies and procedures, leadership development and advancement programs. The main landing page of the AHR site, along with its mission statement, lists related campus news and announcements such as new policies or changes in the academic pay schedule.
The site was developed using a content management system (CMS), called Drupal. This system provides authenticated users access via the Internet, allowing them to easily make changes to the site's content, or to create new content with simple templates and a "what you see is what you get" (WYSIWYG) editor.
DECS has launched a new website making it easier to manage features of your Engineering account. New features support editing of Spam whitelist and blacklist, activating new EGR NetIDs over the web from anywhere, changing your password and changing your Unix shell. Other features included are: viewing quota usage, controlling the Spam filter and setting email forwarding and email auto responder.
DECS redesigned MSU's ADAPP-ADVANCE website and launched the new version on December 14, 2010. Using the Drupal content management system, the new design emphasizes the wide variety of resources and toolkits available for the four main audiences: Administrators, Faculty, Faculty Excellence Advocates, as well as Faculty & External Advisory Committees. The new website also features a quarterly e-newsletter that users can easily create and send to their community through email.
Using a content management system called Drupal, DECS developed a website for the MSU Academic Specialists group. The new website features current news, events, and resources. Additionaly, there is an extensive section for the Advisory Committee including their history, bylaws, and meeting minutes dating from the time the group officially formed in 2004.
A new website for the MSU Testing Office was launched August 4, 2010 by DECS. New features include a rotating photo banner, featured test tips, and many new images throughout. The website was developed with a content management system called Drupal. This system allows the Testing Office staff to easily manage content for their website ensuring that the website remains up-to-date.
The website for the Global Engineering Deans Council (GEDC) allows for collaboration regarding engineering education and research. The DECS web development team worked with the Global Engineering Deans Council to design a layout and develop content for their website. This website was migrated from Word Press to a Drupal content management system (CMS) to easily manage and maintain the website.