CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR EDUСATIONAL SITES
Keywords:portal, site, CMS-system, the electronic edition, technique, technology
AbstractTechnological aspects of Content Management System (CMS-system), developed by the Internet-center of education branch are analysed in the article. As well as CMS-system for site "PCERU" (Public Council of Education and Researchers of Ukraine), portal of the State National Pedagogical Library of Ukraine V.O. Sukhomlinskogo, methodological and technological aspects of creation of the electronic version of scientifically-methodical magazine «The Ukrainian language and the literature at school» Institute of pedagogics of APS of Ukraine are described.
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