If there is content that you already entered into other systems (e.g. the Jogustine lecture management system or the university bibliography in Mainz), you may be able to simply show that content within your WordPress posts or pages - without having to enter it again in WordPress:
All courses and lectures are administered centrally by an information system called Jogustine. It is possible for WordPress to get information from Jogustine, for instance about any courses that certain institutes or lecturers are offering. For example, courses and lectures from the current term might be displayed on a page from the respective institute.
Bibliographic data are essential for researchers. The university library therefore provides its researchers with an own bibliography whose content can be automatically displayed within WordPress posts and pages.
Posts from other blogs
Posts from other web pages or blogs can be imported into your blog. This can be done by using the widget RSS-Feed or the Plugin JGU-XSL.
Information from any XML sources (e.g. UnivIS)
For effectivity reasons you might want to re-use contents like staff lists in WordPress that have already been created on other platforms such as for example UnivIS.
Files and Folders
Integrate Folders from a VirtualHost in the ZDV. Creates clickable Lists of the File-Content
integrate Sympa-Mailinglist archives (with courtesy of K. Pastor, FB03)
ResearchID Badge, NCBI, Pone
By using an own ID, every researcher can manage his or her publications on its own. More: Plugin JGU-Researcherid
Show Publications from the US National Library of Medicine or the PLOS one (Public Library of Science)
More: Plugin JGU-Researcherid, Plugin JGU-Pone, Plugin JGU NCBI
Shows clickable Gliffy-Diagram (for example the Handbook of the ZQ: Handbuch): [gliffy id='3345766']