For a few years we had a 6 member committee doing our web work with
representatives from Computing, the Library and College Relations. There was
no central "reporting", but they worked in conjunction with an emerging CIO
position. Last year we created a half-time web master position within
College Relations (his other half-time position is as our library system
manager) and next year we will add a full-time web assistant in College
Relations. While the web team reports to College Relations, they also work
with the advice (and financial assistance) of the now established CIO - this
set up works well.
Jonathan Enos, Ed.D.
Associate Vice President for
Information Resources and Facilities Planning
Adjunct Associate Professor of Film and Media Studies
Franklin & Marshall College Lancaster, PA 17604 - 3003
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Member, Board of Directors, Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges
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> There is a discussion on our campus about where the university level web
> development effort should report. We now have a Office of Web Development
> which reports to the CIO. They are responsible for creating the university
> level pages and for facilitating the use of web technology in both the
> academic and business area.
> There are some who think web development whould report to Public Relations.
> Where does web development report on your campuses? Thanks.
> Jerry Waldron, CIO
> Salisbury State University