The Web Policy and Review Committee consists of at least nine members
representing faculty, students and administration and additional ex-officio
members as appointed below. These members serve until they are replaced.
University Senate will appoint one faculty member each from the Library,
School of Arts and Sciences and School of Education
and Professional Studies.
· The Chief Information Officer (CIO),
Directors of the Office of Planning and Institutional Research and University
appoint one representative each.
· The Student Government Association
will appoint one student representative.
· Web Facilitator and System Administrator are
ex-officio members as appointed by the University President or designee.
The Committee reports to the University President or designee,
who will also appoint a chair. The business of the Committee is committed
to writing and expressed by minutes.
Scope of Authority
The Committee, acting as a review group, will:
(1) recommend policies
related to the ongoing evolution of the University's Web presence and
(2) evaluate disputes on Web use and content. On the official pages,
University Relations is responsible for content and image and ITS is
responsible for technical issues and access.
Web Notes: The Newsletter of the Web Policy and Review Committee
Minutes of the Web Policy and Review Committee
The free Adobe
Acrobat Reader is required to view the any of the WPRC meeting
minutes listed below.
- July 22, 2008
- November 1, 2006
- October 11, 2006
- July 21, 2006
- February 24, 2006
- November 15, 2005
- February 27, 2004
from Committees prior to the creation of WPRC
WPRC Related Links
Explore the Web Development site. If you know of or discover a resource or tip that you would like to share with your fellow web publishers, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to include it on the site.
WPRC is co-chaired by Brian Lashley (Planning and Institutional Research) and Ed Osborn (Director of University Relations).
Web Policy Updated
The Web Policy and Review Committee recently completed
a complete review and update of the official Web Policy. Every
Web Publisher is strongly encouraged to read the newly updated
policy, paying particular attention to the portions relating
The updated Web Policy was presented to the University
Senate at their February 25, 2003 meeting by
Brian Lashley and Eastern's Chief Information Officer, George Kahkedjian.