Special Interest Section Content
SIS websites will be migrated into AALL's content management system (CMS). The new SIS pages will maintain the AALLNET header, footer and navigation, but the SISs will be free to build their content within the page in any manner most beneficial to their members. Until their content is migrated into the CMS, their pages will continue to operate as they do now on AALLNET. Our design goal is to create an AALL brand on the site, while at the same time allowing member entities leeway in creating their own pages.
Caucus websites will not be migrated into the CMS. Instead they will use My Communities to manage their content through a microsite. Until their microsite has been developed, their pages will continue to operate as they do now on AALLNET.
Chapter websites will not be migrated into the CMS or My Communities, and their pages and content will appear as they do now. Members will still be able to access the Chapter websites through AALLNET.