UM.SiteMaker is a web-based program, originated at the University of Michigan, which lets non-technical people make highly customized websites and web-databases. It has been used by the University of Michigan and Global Village Consulting (Vancouver, BC), who maintains the generic version of the program under the name GVC .SiteMaker. The source code and executable files are available from SourceForge, under the Educational Community License. It was recognized by Campus Technology magazine as the winner of its 2006 Innovators Award, in the area of ”the Web”. In 2015, the developers announced that they were retiring the software by the end of the year.