This tutorial video, together with other ones to follow in the near future, will help you get to know the new platform – aalto.fi – and its features.
The project for renewing aalto.fi was kick-started at the end of 2017 with moving all aalto.fi site content and integrating Inside to the new content management system. The aim of the project is to create a digital extension of our campus – a communications platform – which provides an easy starting point for everyone’s day. Finding information and sharing it, performing tasks, as well as finding people, is made as easy as can be. The project is part of Aalto University's digitalisation project and spans over four years.
On this page, you can find news and blog posts about the project as well as instructions on how to make most out of aalto.fi. Please note, that some content, such as internal news, is only visible for logged-in users.
Aalto.fi is currently the beta version of the site, which means that it's being constantly improved. If you have any feedback regarding the new site, please send it to [email protected]. Thank you in advance for your help!
The blog, dedicated to the new aalto.fi, offers information about the development process and updates of the newest features and functions added to the site. Follow the blog and keep abreast of the latest developments!
Aalto.fi tutorial videos and guidelines
In addition to the Drupal components, you have aalto.fi tutorial videos to guide you in easy steps on how to create your content.
Also, see all Drupal guidelines for further assistance in creating your content.
Event pages offer a set of functionalities to help you address all the necessary information to users.
An article page can be used to present any type of information or content. The topic can be, for example, collaboration options, a certain research area or architecture in Otaniemi. Here's how to do that.
We introduce a new component – liftup – that links one page to another. This tutorial explains how to do that, and automatically feed content by using the liftup component.