Plone is an open source Content Management System (CMS), and this piece of software powers a wide variety of portals. You may have heard a Plone site called a "Plone portal", "staff portal", or "eResearch space". If you recognise one of these terms, then you're likely to be using a site powered by the eResearch Centre. If you've got questions about how to use the software, read on.
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If you have difficulties using any of the portals at JCU that are powered by Plone, please consult the links below for instructions. Additional documentation is available in the Help Centre. If are unable to find a solution here, please contact your site administrator and they will direct your request accordingly.
Consultancy and training
Whether you need information about sensor networking or web-based collaboration, the JCU eResearch Centre can assist you. If you're just starting to assess requirements and not sure what you want, we're happy to hear from you. Similarly, if you're more experienced and looking for some higher-level information or training for yourself or your users, we're able to help you out as well. For example, we excel in training in the areas of our web-collaboration portals.
If you are looking for information about or assistance in editing your JCU Research Portfolio, user guides and other help information can be found in the Research Portfolio Help Centre.