A number of custom modules for Drupal have been created by groups at Georgia Tech to aid campus web developers in building Drupal sites and connecting to Georgia Tech specific data sources. The vast majority of these modules can be found in our central repository, and some of the more notable modules are described below:
Campus Supported Projects
Editor's Note: The following modules are only supported for Drupal 9 and (soon) Drupal 10. The Drupal 7 versions are no longer supported and units are advised to begin moving from Drupal 7 to either Drupal 9 or another content management system as soon as possible.
The GT Theme is the official supported implementation of the website branding theme approved by Georgia Tech Institute Communications. It requires the installation of the GT Tools module first (see below).
The GT Tools module provides some additional functionality that Drupal doesn't support directly in a theme package.
Mercury (Hg) Reader
The Mercury (Hg) Reader module lets you connect your Drupal site to Georgia Tech Mercury News and Events feeds.
Community Supported Projects
Editor's Note: While Super Block, GT Editor and GT Login are still part of the Druapl 7 Drupal Express distribution of Drupal, they are no longer being supported and it is recommended that they not be installed on any non-Drupal Express site.
The following projects are not supported by Georgia Tech Institute Communications or the Office of Information Technology. There is some limited help available from the campus web development community, but in general you should not install and use these projects unless you are a skilled Drupal developer who can handle advanced support and troubleshooting of Drupal modules.
Super Block Module (Drupal 7)
The Super Block Module provides content blocks preformatted with Georgia Tech design styles and colors. It is installed like any other Drupal module, and will create a new content type called "Super Block". The Drupal Editor's handbook describes how to create and use Super Blocks.GT Editor (Drupal 7)
GT Login (Drupal 7)
GT Login is a Drupal feature package that installs the CAS module and configures it to work effectively with the Georgia Tech CAS user authentication server. Some web developers may prefer to just install the CAS module manually and configure it themselves.
GT SubTheme (Drupal 7)
GT SubTheme is a theme for Drupal that extends the GT Theme (see above) and makes it easier to add your own customizations to the theme. Some GT provided modules may expect you to have GT SubTheme installed.