The "Office of the Webmaster" currently reports up through the CIO to
Vice Dean for Administration. There is a webmaster, an associate
webmaster, a cgi/systems programmer and a html coder: all very busy.
Public Relations has not been a leader in our web effort and the feeling
here is that web stuff is more diverse than the PR people can deal with
and have us still get out of it what we'd like. We have a 15-member web
steering ctty that acts as an oversight body. So far the system appears
to be working...
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> > There is a discussion on our campus about where the university level
> > development effort should report. We now have a Office of Web
> > which reports to the CIO. They are responsible for creating the
> > level pages and for facilitating the use of web technology in both
> > academic and business area.
> > There are some who think web development whould report to Public
> > Where does web development report on your campuses? Thanks.
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