Friday, September 13, 2013

Shuffling the Files: Changes on the CIRM Web Site

The California stem cell agency has re-organized its cyberspace book shelves to help make its Web site easier to navigate.

Nothing has been removed, said Amy Adams, the major domo for the CIRM’s Internet operation. 

Writing on the agency’s blog, she explained one of the major changes dealing with “our funding” category.
“It turns out that people looking for information about research we've funded weren't thinking to look under 'our funding.' And since no other section of the site seemed like a likely place to find that content, people sent me helpful emails suggesting that I add pages about where our funding has gone (I politely directed them to that content).”
Most of the information on funding has now been moved to “our progress,” she said, leaving only information on how to get and manage grants under the “our funding” category. Other changes have occurred as well. You can read all about them here.
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