Roles and responsibilities

Official University standards and best practices

Once you are provided with access to your Drupal website, your designated Drupal roles comes with responsibilities. Below are details on the official University standards and best practices for each of the Drupal roles.

Contributor role

As a Contributor, you have access to create new content and to edit content that you have created.

You are responsible for ensuring that your website, and subsequent additions and edits, meet the official University standards and best practices listed below:

Editor role

As an Editor, you have access to create content, edit content and control some publishing options. 

Given this, you are responsible for ensuring that your website, and subsequent additions and edits, meet the official University standards and best practices listed below:

Webmaster role

The webmaster is responsible for managing landing page layouts, creating menus and setting up widgets, among other things. The webmaster is also responsible for providing support to contributors, editors and website managers associated with the site.

As a webmaster, you are responsible for ensuring that your website meets the official University standards and best practices and that you consult the sections listed below:

Administrator role

The administrator is responsible for enabling and disabling modules as well as managing theme settings. This role is also responsible for providing support to the webmasters associated with the site.

As an administrator, you are responsible for ensuring that your website meets the official University standards and best practices and that you consult the sections listed below:

Support staff role

Members of the support staff are responsible for providing support to administrators and webmasters of University websites.

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