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Statistics for Web Council 2011

* Calculated using numeric values

Total submissions: 42

Multiple choice - one answer (button) Question

What time of day do you prefer for Web Council meetings?

Total responses (N): 42 Did not respond: 0

Numeric value

 

Answer

Frequency

Percentage

1

 

Between 9 and 11 a.m.

24

57.14%

2

 

Over the lunch hour

3

7.14%

3

 

Between 1 and 4 p.m.

14

33.33%

4

 

Other:

1

2.38%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Multiple choice - one answer (button) Question

What day do you prefer for Web Council meetings?

Total responses (N): 39 Did not respond: 3

Numeric value

 

Answer

Frequency

Percentage

1

 

Monday

4

10.26%

2

 

Tuesday

4

10.26%

3

 

Wednesday

11

28.21%

4

 

Thursday

15

38.46%

5

 

Friday

5

12.82%


Multiple choice - one answer (button) Question

How frequently would you like to meet?

Total responses (N): 41 Did not respond: 1

Numeric value

 

Answer

Frequency

Percentage

1

 

Monthly

22

53.66%

2

 

Every two months

13

31.71%

3

 

Quarterly

6

14.63%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Multiple choice - one answer (button) Question

Web Council meetings typically are scheduled for 90 minutes, and they adjourn early when the agenda is light. Tell us if you have a preference on meeting length.

Total responses (N): 39 Did not respond: 3

Numeric value

 

Answer

Frequency

Percentage

1

 

One hour

10

25.64%

2

 

90 minutes

27

69.23%

3

 

Two hours (with lots on the agenda)

2

5.13%

4

 

Other:

0

0.00%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



What topics would you like covered at future Web Council meetings?

  • Revisiting the options for serving mobile users.
  • Might it make sense to cover Convio topics? Convio admins could benefit from semi-regular info and sharing sessions akin to web council.
  • Integration of UW Google and UW Windows Live Apps into the web environment. What are successful methods they are being used to display public information. How are they being integrated into Content Management Systems.
  • Collaboration with other UW units on web projects, more topics that keep us up to date with advancements in technology and new uses for the web.
  • template and tool implementation
  • cool new tools
  • Drupal templates for UW/Nursing designs
  • who's reaching what audiences with social media, apps, etc.
  • Responding to the growing presence of mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets
  • Systematic attention to accessibility
  • Utilizing web services and feeds
  • Dancing with cloud services - what belongs out there and what should stay home
  • Privacy and security
  • Smart management of content management systems
  • Good places to stay on Mauai
  • webpage organization concepts.
  • directions of the university.
  • professional development
  • uw vision for web presence
  • opportunities for sharing resources
  • content strategy, mobile applications and platforms, near field communications, QR codes, SEO, Lots of topics
  • Web security for non-security-professionals
  • Strategies for keeping up with best web practices (UW/local training, good online resources, etc.)
  • accessibility best practices
  • best practices for website development on UW depts server
  • PHP security
  • working with PubCookie, LDAP
  • UW Branding website showcases / case studies
  • Google analytics
  • HTML5 video / audio coding, and HTML5-compatible file types/codec choices.
  • usability, user surveys, web staffing and production workflow
  • Guest speakers for content folks (editors, etc.) are very helpful! I loved the SEO talk; learned a lot.
  • Always good to hear what is going on at the UW upper level... you usually have good topics.
  • Jqery methods and recommendations for accordions, flyouts etc.
  • It seems like the UW could come up with some best practices and code for certain operations. examples of good websites. common website issues. nice to have a session on problem solution, i.e. how do you stream a Twitter feed on your website. What are examples of good blogs. We need to learn from each other on the nuts and bolts of creating a great website.
  • Best practices, training
  • mobile device web development
  • Continued discussion of social media platforms is always helpful.
  • Resources provided to the entire community
  • Any web site "standards" for all UW sites
  • New tools we should be considering
  • - available tools and services
    - recent developments in SEO, accessibility, content management
    - presentations of different departments/groups sites and tools
    - the "junction point" of marketing and developing with tools like convio, blogs, twitter, facebook
  • (mostly what you cover now)
  • Updates from UW and UW Marketing
    * Introductions and changes within marketing roles
    * Networking opportunities 2x per year (not just a meeting, perhaps) since it has grown so much.
    * Best practices
    * Tools and resources
  • Updates/presentations from SIGs
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