[Survey] Web Services Department Structure

By Nick DeNardis - Tue, Aug 24, 2010-->



It’s that time of year again. This survey was suggested by Matt Herzberger, Director of Web Communications at Florida International University with input from Karlyn Morissette, Michael Fienen, Kyle James, Chas Grundy from Notre Dame, Dave Olsen from West Virginia, and myself.

The survey is a nice follow up to the state of the university web department survey we did last year. The goal is to get an idea of the structure and capabilities of university web services departments.

If you work in a web services unit within your institution please fill out the survey as completely as possible. All your answers are confidential and the results will be combined so individual institutions will not be recognized. We do ask for the name of your institution purely to identify duplicates, it will not be published publicly.

I want to thank you in advance for filling out the survey and/or passing it along to your colleagues. The great thing about working in higher ed is the tremendous support of the community and surveys like this help educate and shape the online and offline landscape of web departments.

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Nick DeNardis

Nick DeNardis - who has written 25 posts on .eduGuru

Nick is the Associate Director of Web Communications at Wayne State University by day. By night he hosts the video blog EDU Checkup where he reviews higher education web sites live. Nick is an active member of the higher education web community and is an officer of Refresh Detroit, a group of web professionals whose goal is to promote web standards, usability, and accessibility.

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