After three years of planning, anticipation, and a bit of dread, the W&L University Registrar’s Web site was rebuilt in a matter of weeks by office staff (along with the technical/design help of the W&L Web team). This session is not about html code, metatags, and pixels – it is a description of lessons learned from implementing massive change in our office’s Web presence. We started with a fresh slate in thinking about how we could present records and registration resources and communicate with folks on and off campus. What we ended up with was a Website that was completely reorganized, easier to read and navigate, modernized, and well received.


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good information. I will be looking for it on the website.

great for anyone in process of updating your website. Very helpful.

great topic. Very good presentation.

great info that will help us as we update our own website.

very good presentation.

very good; informative session.

nice to see new ideas. thoughts on thinking through based on constituents.

very informative and timely since my institution just brought a CMS.

good job. :-)

organized and concise overview of the process W&L went through to update their website. Good pointers and entertaining presentation.

very thorough, good information

interesting and funny presenters. Useful information and good tips.

useful information and good presenters.

very helpful. thanks.

useful information and suggestions.

*excellent* presenter

very useful information. A thorough presentation well researched. well done.

great presentation. Very informative.

great tips and suggestions.
Excellent examples.

great information.

thanks for sharing Barbara.