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What I learned from the #TOCS2013 workshop at @BioversityIntl on technical online communications

Last week I had the great opportunity of attending the Technical Online Communicators workshop of the CGIAR Consortium that was held at the Bioversity International headquarters in Rome, Italy. As usual, I blogged, tweeted, live posted everywhere I could (from Facebook to LinkedIn and Storify) what was happening at this event. Continue reading “What I learned from the #TOCS2013 workshop at @BioversityIntl on technical online communications”

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#TOCS2013: How to choose your CMS?

In Day 4 of the Technical Online Communicators workshop held Bioversity International and supported by the CGIAR Consortium, we`re debating which is the best CMS (Content Management System) to use.

Before you start telling that either Joomla, WordPress, Drupal is the best or even “why do I need a CMS?” (this is for those .NET fans out there), consider the following: Continue reading “#TOCS2013: How to choose your CMS?”

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#TOCS2013 highlights: from #WebUsability to Revamps and #SocialMedia

From Day 1 the discussions at the Technical Online Communications Workshop (or #TOCS2013 as you can find us on Twitter) organized by the CGIAR Consortium and Bioversity International the discussions have been very intense. From social media strategies, tools we moved on to pliers, analytics, plugins and extensions, depending on the CMS-es (Joomla, Drupal, WordPress, Liferay or, the preferred one: DroomlaPress-the only CMS that has it all) that each of us uses on a daily basis. Continue reading “#TOCS2013 highlights: from #WebUsability to Revamps and #SocialMedia”