Segue CMS

Segue CMS is a curricular content management system designed for teaching, learning and research.

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What's new in Segue CMS

  • This release of Segue updates the Segue v1 to v2 migration code to support the migration of v1 file metadata.
  • Upgrades from versions prior to require running system updaters located under Admin Tools --> Segue Updates.
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Adam Franco
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Segue CMS is a curricular content management system designed for teaching, learning and research. It is essentially a synthesis of wikis, blogs and traditional content management systems. Segue borrows from the blogosphere the notion of multiple entries or posts on a page, each with their own URL and attached comments.

Segue then provides a version history of each post and allows users to link between posts using "wiki" markup. When a "wiki link" is created to content that does not exist, a "create node" link is displayed that allows users to add that content. Finally, like many content management systems, Segue allows users to organize their sites hierarchically and control access by specifying who can discuss, edit or delete any existing content as well as who can add new content.

Segue is designed for collaboration, its very granular access control enables Segue to be used to manage individual and group blogs, wikis, courses, e-portfolios, peer review, portals, research collaboration and personal repositories. Central to Segue is the notion of "versioned microcontent", of many individual content blocks on a page, each with their own URL, RSS feed and version history. These content blocks can be sorted in a various ways including reverse chronological or completely custom ordering. As well, these content blocks can be organized hierarchically (i.e. top-down) through sets of navigation links and associatively (i.e. bottom-up) by means of tags and tag aggregation.

Last updated on March 27th, 2009

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