Maintaining a site on Aurora.wells.edu
A server for self-maintained Web pages
Aurora.wells.edu is a server for self-maintained
Web pages that are not part of the official Wells College web site. It
is essential that the distinction between official and unofficial be clear.
All pages on Aurora.wells.edu should have a statement of responsibility
at the bottom stating who is responsible for the page and noting that the
page does not implicitly
or explicitly represent official positions and policies of Wells College.
The statement should give the name and email address of a person, not
just an organization or committee.
How to Get an Account for a Self-Maintained
Site on Aurora.wells.edu
Faculty members wishing to use a site on Aurora.wells.edu
for their courses and scholarships should send an email to Ken Larson at
The committee member who volunteers to be Web coordinator
for a committee should send an email to Ken Larson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The person should be sure to list themselves as Web coordinator in the
statement of responsibility at the bottom of pages, not just the committee
Currently student organizations wishing to use a
site on Aurora.wells.edu must carry out the following steps:
be a recognized campus organization
choose a student Web Coordinator, who will carry
out the day-to-day creation and maintenance of the site, and a Staff or
Faculty Advisor, who will provide continuity for the site when students
graduate or leave
talk to Elly Ventura or Becca Cooper in the Student
Life area about the desire to have a self-maintained site on Aurora.wells.edu,
and let them know who will be the Web Coordinator and Staff or Faculty
Advisor; they will then notify Ken Larson to let him know of their approval
for the student site.
talk with Ken Larson to have the account set up and
to get an initial password.
Useful Documents and Information
on College Events and Activities:
A staff member who wishes to publish documents useful
to the Wells community on Aurora.wells.edu should send an email to Ken
Larson at email@example.com to get
an account and password. The statement of responsibility at the bottom
of pages should give the name of the person or persons maintaining the
This page is maintained by Ken
Larson, Manager: Computer and Network Operations; Webmaster.
Last updated: August 25, 2009