This project is a bold and different new strategy. It means more than a new look. It means new roles and responsibilities. And it means working together in uncharted territory. It is also an opportunity for meaningful, positive change.
We invite you to learn alongside the project team in this journey.
This page includes resources we’ve found useful in exploring, understanding, and applying content strategy. Check these out, and let us know your thoughts. And if you find a useful resource, please contact us!
Not your father’s Extension! The transformation of an organizational model. [Webinar recording] M. Wirth, J. Emigh, Penn State Extension. 2016.
In this webinar we will give a sneak peek at the new Penn State Extension and an overview of the strategy, the structure, and the status, as well as lessons learned along the way.
ATLAS: A new age for Extension. [Seminar recording] M. Wirth, J. Emigh, Penn State Extension. 2015.
The ATLAS system will seamlessly integrate content management, e-commerce and marketing, customer relations, and communication into Penn State Extension’s daily workflow.
Content strategy for everything. [Slideshare presentation] K. Halvorson. 2015.
Overview presentation by co-author of the definitive, go-to handbook: Content Strategy for the Web (see below).
Content strategy in popular culture. [Recorded conference presentation] DrupalCon New Orleans, 2016.
By exploring how crucial aspects of content strategy play out in movies, music, even comic books and video games, we’ll expand the palette of language we can use to explain and convince more people about the importance of content strategy online, and ensure they understand that it’s not just vital, but fun, as well.
How to make your university’s website great. [Article from Time Higher Education] J. Hoyle. 2016.
The author explains how people, and not just technology, are key to building a successful university website.
Content Strategy for the Web, 2nd edition. K. Halvorson, M. Rach. 2015.
For organizations all over the world, Content Strategy for the Web is the go-to content strategy handbook.