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See Web support| for all the latest guidance and news about creating and editing content using the CMS and for the LSE web style guide, which is applicable to all web contributors.

Web Services

We provide the LSE website, support web contributors across the School and lead on best practice to ensure a good user experience.

Web Services is part of the Information Management and Technology Division| (IMT) and we work closely with the Design Unit and the Digital Communications Team in Communications.

The website is the product of numerous partnerships throughout the School. Its quality depends upon these partnerships and the work of the many web contributors in academic departments, corporate divisions, research centres and other units.

We provide a range of services to support our partners across the School, see below:

Guides and services

Latest from our blog

  • Online obituaries using Condolences
    Web Services provides a solution for publishing obituaries of in memory of LSE staff and students who have passed away. Entitled Condolences, it is implemented as a blog and provides the opportunity for colleagues and acquaintances, friends and family, to post … Continue reading
  • LSE’s organisational structure
    It is Council (via consideration by and the endorsement of, the APRC and Academic Board) which approves the establishment and disestablishment of departments, institutes and research centres. As PCPD is responsible for that which appertains to the remit of Council, … Continue reading
  • Department of Economics CMS launch
    The Department of Economics’ top level pages are now on the main LSE web servers at The launch follows the completion of the first phase of content migration into the CMS.
  • LSE Growth Commission website launched
    Web Services developed the LSE Growth Commission website, launched today. The new website can be found at
  • CMS upgrade and new LSE web infrastructure live!
    We are now running the latest R7.1 release of the CMS. Users can access the updated version from a much wider choice of browsers and operating systems. They can also take advantage of the new features now available: highlights are … Continue reading
  • New CMS preview sessions completed
    Today saw the last of the hands-on preview sessions for invited CMS users. In total, 87 CMS users attended and their reactions where overwhelmingly positive! Those CMS users unable to attend or not taking part in the preview sessions received … Continue reading
  • Web Services’ Moodle support site launched
    Web contributors attending the preview sessions of the new CMS are also receiving details of Web Services’ new support and training site. Hosted on Moodle, we’re hoping that the new site will enable us to broaden the support we offer … Continue reading
  • Run-up to the launch of the new CMS
    Starting last week, invited LSE web contributors are attending hands-on preview sessions of the new version of our content management system (CMS). Access to the new CMS continues after the training sessions until 20 March so that those attending can … Continue reading