Administrative Information Services supports the divisional, department, program and various other websites for the Divisions of Administrative Affairs and Student Affairs. 2010 looks to be an exciting year as we push to move the two divisions 50+ websites to a new web-server as well as address the need of various areas in Administrative Affairs that never had access to a web developer.
AIS are currently working on a database to record the status of the various websites we support. Please check back again later to check it out.
AIS supports all web sites owned by the Divisions of Administrative Affairs and Student Affairs, and the departments, programs, and special needs contained within. Student run sites, clubs, and organizations ran by students or only affiliated with the two divisions are not supported but can consult with us for limited support, mentoring, and suggestions.
Currently AIS doesn’t design any custom templates for websites. This may change in the future as budget constraints and competing needs decrease.
AIS are currently using the templates featured on the campus web development website. We can provide limited graphical and color changes. A few examples can be seen on the MultiCultural, Service Learning, and DPAC website.
In order to become a developer (do your own web site updates) you have to go through the process documented on the ITS website.
AIS is currently encouraging departments to let us be the owner of websites there are several reasons as listed below:
If an area would like to be owner they are of course welcome too but we encourage this approach for everybody involved.
AIS is promoting the use of Google Analytics for the tracking of data regarding your website. This service can help you not only answer the question "Who is coming to my website" but also "What do they find most useful about my website". Contact us if you would like to see an example of everything Google Analytics can report to you about your website and how it’s used.
AIS is now offering Google Search for department websites. Contact us if you would like to see Google Search up on your website.Skip to Navigation