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- The World Wide Web is also
known as the Web and the WWW and these terms are used interchangeably
in this document
- Thanks to the paper from Queen's (see
section 3) for some of the words in this paragraph.
- It was preceded on campus by small servers run by the
Astronomy and Geography departments.
- Most sites are academic
departments and research groups - service departments are fewer
primarily because they have more skills to learn and seemingly
more approval hurdles to leap! There may be some reluctance to
abandon the EMC2 environment and its built-in bulletin board
- Thanks to the paper
from Queen's (see below) for some of the words in this paragraph.
- Ie. UWO Webmasters: Peter
Marshall and Colleen Bretzlaff.
- The Dalhousie University
WWW Working Group Report
was submitted to their Senate Computing and Information Technology
Planning Committee (SCITPC) and was approved in Feb 1995.
- The Queen's work borrowed heavily from the original
work done at Dalhousie. The Queen's University WWW
Steering Committee Report - May 1995
Draft report was submitted
to Deans, Vice-Principals and Senate Computing and Communications
- Background skills might include: Web technical
expertise, graphic design, information organization, University
governance, skilled committee workers and team builders.