About the U of S Website
In 1994, the first University of Saskatchewan home page was posted on the World Wide Web. Two years later, the University launched the U of S Web Project, an initiative to coordinate campus web development and support campus information providers.
The U of S Web Project was co-managed by the Office of Public Relations and the Department of Computing Services. This collaborative effort continues today, through the efforts of University Communications and Information Technology Services. Since its launch, the U of S website has undergone three major revisions - in 1998, 2001, and 2005.
In fall, 2005, the U of S website incorporated a revised logo and accompanying visuals. These elements were first showcased on U of S home page, main pages, and central websites, and are present on many unit and program websites. This consistent "look and feel" has been profiled in both print and online communications vehicles, and ultimately supports the University's branding efforts.
About the Central Webmasters
The U of S central webmasters include representatives from University Communications and Information Technology Services. They are responsible for overseeing the campus-wide information system, and providing technical and content support to website managers and developers across campus.
Website Usage Statistics
At present, the U of S website consists of over 60,000 pages, housed on approximately 90 servers. College, department, project, and personal websites are maintained by hundreds of information providers across campus.
Website usage statistics are generated by Analog. These reports provide extensive information on file and directory usage, internal and external search queries, browsers and operating systems, referring links, and domain names.
For more information, contact the Central Webmasters
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