• 1-800-526-8630U.S. (TOLL FREE)
  • 1-917-300-0470EAST COAST U.S.
  • +353-1-416-8900REST OF WORLD
The Survey of College Website Management Practices Product Image

The Survey of College Website Management Practices

  • ID: 569896
  • November 2007
  • 171 Pages
  • Primary Research Group

With more than 30 reports on aspects of higher education management, covering fields such as distance learning, college marketing, uses of the internet in management, admissions, adult education, renting of college facilities, financial aid, food service plans, cost containment efforts, assessment practices, and library management, among others. Higher education reports allow colleges and universities to compare their practices, revenues and plans to those of their peers, and to track and exploit new ideas quick.

The Survey of College Website Management Practices, a 171-page study, presents more than 500 tables of data about college websites, and is based on data from 68 North American colleges.

The study presents detailed data on budgets, software preferences, editorial control, staff size and composition, use of consultants, plans for website redesign, and a broad range of other issues confronting college web site staffs.

The report helps to answer questions such as: what kind of disaster management and campus crisis policies do college web staffs have in place. How do staffs track end users, and how many visitors are different college web sites attracting? Which college departments are most influential in managing and directing the website? Does the web staff consider itself in charge of content, IT questions or both? How many individuals can enter content to the site
without the permission of the webmaster? What role do social networking sites play in the college web staff's future plans? How often does the webmaster review departmental sites and how much control does he/she have over them? How often are major website revisions planned and how are the best results for end user "buy-in" achieved?

Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown

PARTICIPANTS

SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS

Date of Establishment of the Webmaster Position
Centralized vs. Decentralized Website Governance Structure
Number of Individuals Allowed to Edit or Insert Content into the Website
Content-Orientation vs. IT-Orientation in How Webmasters View Their Role
College Department to which the Webmaster Reports
Sources that Fund the College Web Staff
Separate College Website Software Budget
College Spending on Website Consultants
Spending on Salaries for Web Staff
Percentage of Web Staff Represented by Union Labor Agreements
Who is Authorized to Enter Content to the Website?
The Institutional Catalysts for Instituting Changes to the Website
Number of Pages Actively Managed by the Webmaster
Management of Departmental Home Pages
Staffing the Central College Web Staff
Extent of Content Contributions to the Website from Various Academic and Administrative Units of the College
Number of Visits to the College Home Page
Use of Content Management Systems
Use of Style Guides for Web Submissions
Requirements to Conform to a Single Graphic Style
Provision of Web Page Templates

Frequency of Major Web Page Redesigns
Frequency of Review of Departmental or Divisional Websites by the College Webmaster
Website End User Training
Gaining Cooperation from End Users for New Website Initiatives
Policies on Allowing Postings of Research, Blogs & Special Projects
Use of Social Networking and other Popular Internet Sites
Use of Website Analytics Packages
Favored Server Platforms
Favored Scripting Languages
Favored Portal Software
Use of Personal Computers & Workstations by the Web Staff
Web Communications During A Campus Crisis

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SAMPLE

Table A: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Full Time Equivalent Student Enrollment, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table B: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Full Time Equivalent Student Enrollment, Broken Out by Type of College
Table C: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Full Time Equivalent Student Enrollment, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #1: DEGREE OF CENTRALIZATION OF WEBSITE CONTROL

Table #1-1: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Years that the College has had a Central Webmaster
Table #1-2: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Years that the College has had a Central Webmaster, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #1-3: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Years that the College has had a Central Webmaster, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #1-4: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Years that the College has had a Central Webmaster, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #1-5: Percentage of Colleges with a Centralized or Decentralized Web Governance Structure
Table #1-6: Percentage of Colleges with a Centralized or Decentralized Web Governance Structure, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #1-7: Percentage of Colleges with a Centralized or Decentralized Web Governance Structure, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #1-8: Percentage of Colleges with a Centralized or Decentralized Web Governance Structure, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #1-9: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Individuals Outside of the Central Web Staff that Enter Content to the College Website in a Semester
Table #1-10: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Individuals Outside of the Central Web Staff that Enter Content to the College Website in a Semester, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #1-11: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Individuals Outside of the Central Web Staff that Enter Content to the College Website in a Semester, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #1-12: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Individuals Outside of the Central Web Staff that Enter Content to the College Website in a Semester, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #1-13: Webmasters’ Primary Website Responsibility
Table #1-14: Webmasters’ Primary Website Responsibility, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #1-15: Webmasters’ Primary Website Responsibility, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #1-16: Webmasters’ Primary Website Responsibility, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #1-17: Departments to which the Webmaster Reports
Table #1-18: Departments to which the Webmaster Reports, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #1-19: Departments to which the Webmaster Reports, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #1-20: Departments to which the Webmaster Reports, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #2: FUNDING THE COLLEGE WEB STAFF

Table #2-1: Web Staffs that Receive Funding from the Central College Administration
Table #2-2: Web Staffs that Receive Funding from the Central College Administration, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #2-3: Web Staffs that Receive Funding from the Central College Administration, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #2-4: Web Staffs that Receive Funding from the Central College Administration, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #2-5: Web Staffs that Receive Funding from Specific Academic Departments
Table #2-6: Web Staffs that Receive Funding from Specific Academic Departments, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #2-7: Web Staffs that Receive Funding from Specific Academic Departments, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #2-8: Web Staffs that Receive Funding from Specific Academic Departments, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #2-9: Web Staffs that Receive Funding from Campus Services & Functional Units
Table #2-10: Web Staffs that Receive Funding from Campus Services & Functional Units, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #2-11: Web Staffs that Receive Funding from Campus Services & Functional Units, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #2-12: Web Staffs that Receive Funding from Campus Services & Functional Units, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #2-13: Web Staffs that Receive Funding from Student Technology Fees
Table #2-14: Web Staffs that Receive Funding from Student Technology Fees, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #2-15: Web Staffs that Receive Funding from Student Technology Fees, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #2-16: Web Staffs that Receive Funding from Student Technology Fees, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #3: THE COLLEGE WEBSITE BUDGET

Table #3-1: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum College Budget for the Central Website (in $)
Table #3-2: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum College Budget for the Central Website, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges (in $)
Table #3-3: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum College Budget for the Central Website, Broken Out by Type of College (in $)
Table #3-4: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum College Budget for the Central Website, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #3-5: Percentage of Central Web Staffs that have their own Software Budget
Table #3-6: Percentage of Central Web Staffs that have their own Software Budget, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #3-7: Percentage of Central Web Staffs that have their own Software Budget, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #3-8: Percentage of Central Web Staffs that have their own Software Budget, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #4: SPENDING FOR WEBSITE STAFF & CONSULTANTS IN THE PAST YEAR

Table #4-1: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum College Spending for Website Consultants in the Past Year (in $)
Table #4-2: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum College Spending for Website Consultants in the Past Year (in $), Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #4-3: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum College Spending for Website Consultants in the Past Year (in $), Broken Out by Type of College
Table #4-4: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum College Spending for Website Consultants in the Past Year (in $), Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #4-5: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Spending on Salaries for Web Staff Whose Primary Responsibility was Developing, Maintaining or Expanding the College Central Website (in $)
Table #4-6: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Spending on Salaries for Web Staff Whose Primary Responsibility was Developing, Maintaining or Expanding the College Central Website (in $), Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #4-7: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Spending on Salaries for Web Staff Whose Primary Responsibility was Developing, Maintaining or Expanding the College Central Website (in $), Broken Out by Type of College
Table #4-8: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Spending on Salaries for Web Staff Whose Primary Responsibility was Developing, Maintaining or Expanding the College Central Website (in $), Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #4-9: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Web Staff Represented Through Union Agreements
Table #4-10: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Web Staff Represented Through Union Agreements, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #4-11: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Web Staff Represented Through Union Agreements, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #4-12: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Web Staff Represented Through Union Agreements, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #5: INVESTMENT IN NEW WEB PROGRAMS

Table #5-1: How Often Does the College Invest in New Web Programs?
Table #5-2: How Often Does the College Invest in New Web Programs?, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #5-3: How Often Does the College Invest in New Web Programs?, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #5-4: How Often Does the College Invest in New Web Programs?, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #5-5: Percentage of Colleges that have Invested in New Development Software over the Past Three Years
Table #5-6: Percentage of Colleges that Have Invested in Application Systems Within the Past Three Years
Table #5-7: Percentage of Colleges that Have Invested in Application Systems Within the Past Three Years, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #5-8: Percentage of Colleges that Have Invested in Application Systems Within the Past Three Years, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #5-9: Percentage of Colleges that Have Invested in Web Technology Infrastructure Within the Past Three Years
Table #5-10: Percentage of Colleges that Have Invested in Web Technology Infrastructure Within the Past Three Year, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #5-11: Percentage of Colleges that Have Invested in Web Technology Infrastructure Within the Past Three Years, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #5-12: Percentage of Colleges that Have Invested in Web Technology Infrastructure Within the Past Three Years, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #5-13: Percentage of Colleges that Have Developed Home-Grown Web Applications Within the Past Three Years
Table #5-14: Percentage of Colleges that Have Developed Home-Grown Web Applications Within the Past Three Years, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #5-15: Percentage of Colleges that Have Developed Home-Grown Web Applications Within the Past Three Years, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #5-16: Percentage of Colleges that Have Developed Home-Grown Web Applications Within the Past Three Years, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #6: WHO IS AUTHORIZED TO ENTER CONTENT TO THE WEBSITE WITHOUT PRIOR CLEARANCE FROM THE WEBMASTER?

Table #6-1: Percentage of Public Affairs/College Marketing Departments Able to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster
Table #6-2: Percentage of Public Affairs/College Marketing Departments Able to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #6-3: Percentage of Public Affairs/College Marketing Departments Able to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #6-4: Percentage of Public Affairs/College Marketing Departments Able to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #6-5: Percentage of Admissions Departments Able to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster
Table #6-6: Percentage of Admissions Departments Able to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #6-7: Percentage of Admissions Departments Able to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #6-8: Percentage of Admissions Departments Able to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #6-9: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Various Academic Departments to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster
Table #6-10: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Various Academic Departments to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #6-11: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Various Academic Departments to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #6-12: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Various Academic Departments to Make Content Changes their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #6-13: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Departmental Webmasters to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster
Table #6-14: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Departmental Webmasters to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #6-15: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Departmental Webmasters to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #6-16: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Departmental Webmasters to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #6-17: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Academic Administrative Division Webmasters to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Central College Webmaster
Table #6-18: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Academic Administrative Division Webmasters to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Central College Webmaster, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #6-19: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Academic Administrative Division Webmasters to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Central College Webmaster, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #6-20: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Academic Administrative Division Webmasters to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Central College Webmaster, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #6-21: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Deans to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster
Table #6-22: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Deans to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #6-23: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Deans to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #6-24: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Deans to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #6-25: Percentage of Colleges Allowing the College Food Service to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster
Table #6-26: Percentage of Colleges Allowing the College Food Service to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #6-27: Percentage of Colleges Allowing the College Food Service to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #6-28: Percentage of Colleges Allowing the College Food Service to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #6-29: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Other Non-Academic Administrative Departments to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster
Table #6-30: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Other Non-Academic Administrative Departments to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #6-31: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Other Non-Academic Administrative Departments to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #6-32: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Other Non-Academic Administrative Departments to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #6-33: Percentage of Adult Education Departments Able to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster
Table #6-34: Percentage of Adult Education Departments Able to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #6-35: Percentage of Adult Education Departments Able to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #6-36: Percentage of Adult Education Departments Able to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #6-37: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Student Blogs on the College Website
Table #6-38: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Student Blogs on the College Website, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #6-39: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Student Blogs on the College Website, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #6-40: Percentage of Colleges Allowing Student Blogs on the College Website, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #6-41: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Student Bloggers on the College Website to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster
Table #6-42: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Student Bloggers on the College Website to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #6-43: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Student Bloggers on the College Website to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #6-44: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Student Bloggers on the College Website to Make Content Changes to their Sections of the Website without Prior Clearance from the Webmaster, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #6-45: Who Does Data Input on Departmental Websites?
Table #6-46: Who Does Data Input on Departmental Websites?, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #6-47: Who Does Data Input on Departmental Websites?, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #6-48: Who Does Data Input on Departmental Websites?, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #7: INSTITUTIONAL CATALYSTS FOR CHANGING THE WEBSITE

Table #7-1: Most Important Person Responsible for Initiating Changes to the Website
Table #7-2: Most Important Person Responsible for Initiating Changes to the Website, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #7-3: Most Important Person Responsible for Initiating Changes to the Website, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #7-4: Most Important Person Responsible for Initiating Changes to the Website, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #7-5: Department that Heads Major Website Upgrades
Table #7-6: Department that Heads Major Website Upgrades, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #7-7: Department that Heads Major Website Upgrades, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #7-8: Department that Heads Major Website Upgrades, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #8: NUMBER AND TYPE OF WEB PAGES MANAGED BY THE WEBMASTER & WEB STAFF

Table #8-1: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Website Pages Managed by the Webmaster
Table #8-2: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Website Pages Managed by the Webmaster, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #8-3: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Website Pages Managed by the Webmaster, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #8-4: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Website Pages Managed by the Webmaster, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #8-5: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Pages on the College Website
Table #8-6: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Pages on the College Website, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #8-7: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Pages on the College Website, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #8-8: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Pages on the College Website, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #8-9: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage the College Home Page
Table #8-10: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage the College Home Page, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #8-11: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage the College Home Page, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #8-12: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage the College Home Page, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #8-13: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage at Least Some Departmental Pages
Table #8-14: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage at Least Some Departmental Pages, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #8-15: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage at Least Some Departmental Pages, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #8-16: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage at Least Some Departmental Pages, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #8-17: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage All Departmental Pages
Table #8-18: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage All Departmental Pages, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #8-19: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage All Departmental Pages, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #8-20: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage All Departmental Pages, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #8-21: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage Project Pages
Table #8-22: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage Project Pages, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #8-23: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage Project Pages, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #8-24: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage Project Pages, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #8-25: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage Other Non-Departmental Pages
Table #8-26: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage Other Non-Departmental Pages, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #8-27: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage Other Non-Departmental Pages, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #8-28: Percentage of Central Webmasters that Manage Other Non-Departmental Pages, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #9: STAFFING THE COLLEGE WEBSITE

Table #9-1: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Webmasters for Information Technology
Table #9-2: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Webmasters for Information Technology, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #9-3: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Webmasters for Information Technology, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #9-4: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Webmasters for Information Technology, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #9-5: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Webmasters for Content
Table #9-6: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Webmasters for Content, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #9-7: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Webmasters for Content, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #9-8: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Webmasters for Content, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #9-9: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Web Architects
Table #9-10: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Web Architects, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #9-11: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Web Architects, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #9-12: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Web Architects, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #9-13: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Web Designers
Table #9-14: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Web Designers, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #9-15: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Web Designers, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #9-16: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Web Designers, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #9-17: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Web Developers
Table #9-18: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Web Developers, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #9-19: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Web Developers, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #9-20: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Web Developers, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #9-21: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Web Application Developers
Table #9-22: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Web Application Developers, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #9-23: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Web Application Developers, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #9-24: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Web Application Developers, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #9-25: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Information Architects

Table #9-26: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Information Architects, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #9-27: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Information Architects, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #9-28: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Information Architects, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #9-29: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Web Editors

Table #9-30: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Web Editors, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #9-31: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Web Editors, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #9-32: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Web Editors, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #9-33: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Graphic Designers
Table #9-34: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Graphic Designers, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #9-35: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Graphic Designers, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #9-36: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Graphic Designers, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #9-37: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Graphic Designers, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #9-38: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Hardware Systems Administrative Staff Size of Hardware Systems Administrators
Table #9-39: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #9-40: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Hardware Systems Administrators, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #9-41: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Hardware Systems Administrators, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #9-42: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Hardware Systems Administrators, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #9-43: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Network Systems Administrators
Table #9-44: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Network Systems Administrators, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #9-45: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Network Systems Administrators, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #9-46: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Network Systems Administrators, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

Table #9-47: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size of Network Systems Administrators, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #9-48: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Systems Engineers
Table #9-49: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Systems Engineers, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #9-50: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Systems Engineers, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #9-51: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Systems Engineers, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #9-52: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Database Architects
Table #9-53: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Database Architects, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #9-54: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Database Architects, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #9-55: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Staff Size for Database Architects, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #9-56: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Students Employed by Web Staff
Table #9-57: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Students Employed by Web Staff, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #9-58: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Students Employed by Web Staff, Broken Out by Type of College
Table 9-59: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Students Employed by Web Staff, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #10: QUANTITY OF CONTENT CONTRIBUTED TO THE COLLEGE WEBSITE BY VARIOUS SPECIFIC ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS AND ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIES

Table #10-1: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Public Affairs or College Marketing
Table #10-2: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Public Affairs or College Marketing, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #10-3: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Public Affairs or College Marketing, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #10-4: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Public Affairs or College Marketing, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #10-5: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Public Affairs or College Marketing, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #10-6: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Student Recruitment or Admissions
Table #10-7: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Student Recruitment or Admissions, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #10-8: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Student Recruitment or Admissions, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #10-9: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Student Recruitment or Admissions, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #10-10: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Academic Departments
Table #10-11: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Academic Departments, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #10-12: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Academic Departments, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #10-13: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Academic Departments, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #10-14: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Academic Departments, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #10-15: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Non-Academic Departments not Previously Cited
Table #10-16: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Non-Academic Departments not Previously Cited, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #10-17: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Non-Academic Departments not Previously Cited, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #10-18: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Non-Academic Departments not Previously Cited, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #10-19: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Non-Academic Departments not Previously Cited, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #10-20: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Student Organizations
Table #10-21: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Student Organizations, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #10-22: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Student Organizations, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #10-23: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Student Organizations, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #10-24: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Rating for Number of Web Pages Contributed by Student Organizations, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #11: STATISITCS ON WEB TRAFFIC TO THE COLLEGE WEBSITE

Table #11-1: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Monthly Visits to the Home Page
Table #11-2: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Monthly Visits to the Home Page, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #11-3: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Monthly Visits to the Home Page, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #11-4: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Monthly Visits to the Home Page, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #11-5: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Monthly Page Visits to the Admissions Page
Table #11-6: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Monthly Page Visits to the Admissions Page, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #11-7: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Monthly Page Visits to the Admissions Page, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #11-8: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Monthly Page Visits to the Admissions Page, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #11-9: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Monthly Page Visits to Academic School, Department Sites

Table #11-10: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Monthly Page Visits to Academic School, Department Sites, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #11-11: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Monthly Page Visits to Academic School, Department Sites, Broken Out by Type of College 108
Table #11-12: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Monthly Page Visits to Academic School, Department Sites, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #11-13: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Annual Page Visits to Academic School, Department Sites
Table #11-14: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Annual Page Visits to Academic School, Department Sites, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #11-15: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Annual Page Visits to Academic School, Department Sites, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #11-16: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Annual Page Visits to Academic School, Department Sites, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #11-17: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Page Visits to the Main Web Server Per Month
Table #11-18: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Page Visits to the Main Web Server Per Month, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #11-19: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Page Visits to the Main Web Server Per Month, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #11-20: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Page Visits to the Main Web Server Per Month, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

Table #11-21: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Page Visits to the Main Web Server Per Year
Table #11-22: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Page Visits to the Main Web Server Per Year, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #11-23: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Page Visits to the Main Web Server Per Year, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #11-24: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Page Visits to the Main Web Server Per Year, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #11-25: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Visits to the Home Page Per Year

Table #11-26: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Visits to the Home Page Per Year, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #11-27: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Visits to the Home Page Per Year, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #11-28: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Visits to the Home Page Per Year, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #12: USE OF CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

Table #12-1: Percentage of Colleges that use a Content Management System for the Home and Other Central Pages
Table #12-2: Percentage of Colleges that use a Content Management System for the Home and Other Central Pages, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #12-3: Percentage of Colleges that use a Content Management System for the Home and Other Central Pages, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #12-4: Percentage of Colleges that use a Content Management System for the Home and Other Central Pages, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

Table #12-5: Percentage of Colleges that use a Content Management System for Departmental Pages
Table #12-6: Percentage of Colleges that use a Content Management System for Departmental Pages, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #12-7: Percentage of Colleges that use a Content Management System for Departmental Pages, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #12-8: Percentage of Colleges that use a Content Management System for Departmental Pages, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #12-9: Percentage of Colleges that use a Content Management System for Other Website Pages not Previously Specified
Table #12-10: Percentage of Colleges that use a Content Management System for Other Website Pages not Previously Specified, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #12-11: Percentage of Colleges that use a Content Management System for Other Website Pages not Previously Specified, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #12-12: Percentage of Colleges that use a Content Management System for Other Website Pages not Previously Specified, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #12-13: Percentage of Colleges that use a Content Management System for Other Website Pages not Previously Specified, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #12-14: Does the Webmaster Recommend Using a Content Management System for the Entire College?
Table #12-15: Does the Webmaster Recommend Using a Content Management System for the Entire College?, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #12-16: Does the Webmaster Recommend Using a Content Management System for the Entire College?, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #12-17: Does the Webmaster Recommend Using a Content Management System for the Entire College?, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #13: DEGREE OF UNIFORMITY OF STYLE OF COLLEGE WEB PAGES

Table #13-1: Does the College Have an Official Style Guide?
Table #13-2: Does the College Have an Official Style Guide?, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #13-3: Does the College Have an Official Style Guide?, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #13-4: Does the College Have an Official Style Guide?, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #13-5: Does the College Require All College Websites to Conform to a Single Graphic Style?
Table #13-6: Does the College Require All College Websites to Conform to a Single Graphic Style?, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #13-7: Does the College Require All College Websites to Conform to a Single Graphic Style?, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #13-8: Does the College Require All College Websites to Conform to a Single Graphic Style?, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

Table #13-9: Percentage of Webmasters that Provide Web Page Templates
Table #13-10: Percentage of Webmasters that Provide Web Page Templates, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #13-11: Percentage of Webmasters that Provide Web Page Templates, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #13-12: Percentage of Webmasters that Provide Web Page Templates, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #14: DATE OF LAST MAJOR WEBSITE REDESIGN

Table #14-1: Date of Last Major Website Re-Design
Table #14-2: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Date of Last Major Website Re-Design, Broken Out for Public and Private College
Table #14-3: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Date of Last Major Website Re-Design, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #14-4: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Date of Last Major Website Re-Design, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #14-5: Percentage of Colleges that Are Implementing a Major Website Redesign This Year
Table #14-6: Percentage of Colleges that Are Implementing a Major Website Redesign This Year, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #14-7: Percentage of Colleges that Are Implementing a Major Website Redesign This Year, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #14-8: Percentage of Colleges that Are Implementing a Major Website Redesign This Year, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #14-9: Frequency of Scheduled Reviews of Department or Division Sites Within the Main Website
Table #14-10: Frequency of Scheduled Reviews of Department or Division Sites Within the Main Website, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #14-11: Frequency of Scheduled Reviews of Department or Division Sites Within the Main Website, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #14-12: Frequency of Scheduled Reviews of Department or Division Sites Within the Main Website, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #15: PROVIDING TRAINING TO END USERS OF THE WEBSITE

Table # 15-1: What is the Most Important Way that you Provide Training to Faculty, Staff or Students Who Manage Websites or Enter Content?
Table #15-2: What is the Most Important Way that you Provide Training to Faculty, Staff or Students Who Manage Websites or Enter Content?, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #15-3: What is the Most Important Way that you Provide Training to Faculty, Staff or Students Who Manage Websites or Enter Content?, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #15-4: What is the Most Important Way that you Provide Training to Faculty, Staff or Students Who Manage Websites or Enter Content?, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #15-5: Who Provides Training?
Table #15-6: Who Provides Training?, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #15-7: Who Provides Training?, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #15-8: Who Provides Training?, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #15-9: Best Approach to Gain Cooperation from End Users with New Web Initiatives
Table #15-10: Best Approach to Gain Cooperation from End Users with New Web Initiatives, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #15-11: Best Approach to Gain Cooperation from End Users with New Web Initiatives, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #15-12: Best Approach to Gain Cooperation from End Users with New Web Initiatives, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #16: POLICIES ON ALLOWING FOR BLOGS AND OTHER VEHICLES FOR RANTS ON THE COLLEGE WEBSITE

Table #16-1: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Postings for Faculty/Academic Research

Table #16-2: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Postings for Faculty/Academic Research, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #16-3: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Postings for Faculty/Academic Research, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #16-4: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Postings for Faculty/Academic Research, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #16-5: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Postings for Faculty & Staff Blogs
Table #16-6: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Postings for Faculty & Staff Blogs, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #16-7: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Postings for Faculty & Staff Blogs, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #16-8: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Postings for Faculty & Staff Blogs, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #16-9: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Postings for Student Organizations & Projects
Table #16-10: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Postings for Student Organizations & Projects, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #16-11: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Postings for Student Organizations & Projects, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #16-12: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Postings for Student Organizations & Projects, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #16-13: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Postings for Student Blogs
Table #16-14: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Postings for Student Blogs, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #16-15: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Postings for Student Blogs, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #16-16: Percentage of Colleges that Allow Postings for Student Blogs, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #16-17: Percentage of Colleges that Provide a Program for Individual Postings and Blogs
Table #16-18: Percentage of Colleges that Provide a Program for Individual Postings and Blogs, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #16-19: Percentage of Colleges that Provide a Program for Individual Postings and Blogs, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #16-20: Percentage of Colleges that Provide a Program for Individual Postings and Blogs, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #16-21: Blog Program Provided by those College Web Staffs that Provide Such a Program to Patrons
Table #16-22: Blog Program Provided by those College Web Staffs that Provide Such a Program to Patrons, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #16-23: Blog Program Provided by those College Web Staffs that Provide Such a Program to Patrons, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #16-24: Blog Program Provided by those College Web Staffs that Provide Such a Program to Patrons, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #17: USE OF SOCIAL NETWORKING AND OTHER MASS MARKET WEB SITES

Table #17-1: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used iTunes for the College Website

Table #17-2: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used iTunes for the College Website, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #17-3: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used iTunes for the College Website, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #17-4: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used iTunes for the College Website, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #17-5: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used Facebook for the College Website
Table #17-6: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used Facebook for the College Website, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #17-7: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used Facebook for the College Website, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #17-8: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used Facebook for the College Website, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #17-9: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used MySpace for the College Website
Table #17-10: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used MySpace for the College Website
Table #17-11: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used MySpace for the College Website, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #17-12: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used MySpace for the College Website, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #17-13: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used MySpace for the College Website, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #17-14: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used Second Life for the College Website
Table #17-15: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used Second Life for the College Website, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #17-16: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used Second Life for the College Website, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #17-17: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used Second Life for the College Website, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #17-18: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used YouTube for the College Website
Table #17-19: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used YouTube for the College Website
Table #17-20: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used YouTube for the College Website, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #17-21: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used YouTube for the College Website, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #17-22: Percentage of Webmasters who have Linked to or Otherwise Used YouTube for the College Website, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

Table #17-23: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using iTunes for the College Website
Table #17-24: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using iTunes for the College Website, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #17-25: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using iTunes for the College Website, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #17-26: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using iTunes for the College Website, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #17-27: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using Facebook for the College Website
Table #17-28: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using Facebook for the College Website, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #17-29: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using Facebook for the College Website, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #17-30: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using Facebook for the College Website, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #17-31: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using MySpace for the College Website
Table #17-32: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using MySpace for the College Website
Table #17-33: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using MySpace for the College Website, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #17-34: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using MySpace for the College Website, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #17-35: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using MySpace for the College Website, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #17-36: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using Second Life for the College Website
Table #17-37: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using Second Life for the College Website, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #17-38: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using Second Life for the College Website, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #17-39: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using Second Life for the College Website, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #17-40: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using YouTube for the College Website
Table #17-41: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using YouTube for the College Website, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #17-42: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using YouTube for the College Website, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #17-43: Percentage of Webmasters who are Considering Linking to or Otherwise Using YouTube for the College Website, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #18: USE OF WEBSITE ANALYTICS PACKAGES

Table #18-1: Can you Easily Obtain from Your Analytics Package Data on Most and Least Visited Pages?
Table #18-2: Can you Easily Obtain from Your Analytics Package Data on Most and Least Visited Pages?, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #18-3: Can you Easily Obtain from Your Analytics Package Data on Most and Least Visited Pages?, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #18-4: Can you Easily Obtain from Your Analytics Package Data on Most and Least Visited Pages?, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #18-5: Can you Easily Obtain from Your Analytics Package Data on Unique Visits to All Pages?
Table #18-6: Can you Easily Obtain from Your Analytics Package Data on Unique Visits to All Pages?, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges

Table #18-7: Can you Easily Obtain from Your Analytics Package Data on Unique Visits to All Pages?, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #18-8: Can you Easily Obtain from Your Analytics Package Data on Unique Visits to All Pages?, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

Table #18-9: Can you Easily Obtain from Your Analytics Package Data on Total Visits to All Pages?
Table #18-10: Can you Easily Obtain from Your Analytics Package Data on Total Visits to All Pages?, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #18-11: Can you Easily Obtain from Your Analytics Package Data on Total Visits to All Pages?, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #18-12: Can you Easily Obtain from Your Analytics Package Data on Total Visits to All Pages?, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

Table #18-13: Can you Easily Obtain from Your Analytics Package Data on Google and other Search Engine Key Words?
Table #18-14: Can you Easily Obtain from Your Analytics Package Data on Google and other Search Engine Key Words?, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #18-15: Can you Easily Obtain from Your Analytics Package Data on Google and other Search Engine Key Words?, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #18-16: Can you Easily Obtain from Your Analytics Package Data on Google and other Search Engine Key Words?, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #18-17: Would you like to Acquire the Ability to Track Visitors to All Pages?
Table #18-18: Would you like to Acquire the Ability to Track Visitors to All Pages?, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #18-19: Would you like to Acquire the Ability to Track Visitors to All Pages?, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #18-20: Would you like to Acquire the Ability to Track Website Use Groups? (i.e., students, alumni, faculty, etc)
Table #18-21: Would you like to Acquire the Ability to Track Website Use Groups? (i.e., students, alumni, faculty, etc), Broken Out by Type of College
Table #18-22: Would you like to Acquire the Ability to Track Website Use Groups? (i.e., students, alumni, faculty, etc), Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #18-23: Would you like to Acquire the Ability to Distinguish Between Unique and Total Visitors?
Table #18-24: Would you like to Acquire the Ability to Distinguish Between Unique and Total Visitors?, Broken Out by Type of College

Table #18-25: Would you like to Acquire the Ability to Distinguish Between Unique and Total Visitors?, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

Table #18-26: Would you like to Acquire the Ability to Obtain Search Engine Key Words?
Table #18-27: Would you like to Acquire the Ability to Obtain Search Engine Key Words?, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #18-28: Would you like to Acquire the Ability to Obtain Search Engine Key Words?, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #18-29: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Visitors Outside the College
Table #18-30: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Visitors Outside the College, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #18-31: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Visitors Outside the College, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #18-32: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Visitors Inside the College
Table #18-33: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Visitors Inside the College, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #18-34: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Visitors Inside the College, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #18-35: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Alumni
Table #18-36: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Alumni, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #18-37: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Alumni, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #18-38: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Inquirers About Admissions
Table #18-39: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Inquirers About Admissions, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #18-40: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Inquirers About Admissions, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #18-41: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Faculty
Table #18-42: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Faculty, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #18-43: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Faculty, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #18-44: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Students of the College
Table #18-45: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Students of the College, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #18-46: Percentage of Colleges that Can Make a Pretty Good Estimate of Website Traffic from Students of the College, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #19: SERVER PLATFORMS & OPERATING LANGUAGES

Table #19-1: The Primary Program Used for the Server Platform
Table #19-2: The Primary Program Used for the Server Platform, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #19-3: The Primary Program Used for the Server Platform, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #19-4: What is the Primary Operating System?
Table #19-5: What is the Primary Operating System?, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #19-6: What is the Primary Operating System?, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #19-7: What is the Primary Operating System?, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #20: SUPPORT FOR VARIOUS SCRIPTING LANGUAGES

Table #20-1: Percentage of Websites that Support Drupal as a Scripting Language
Table #20-2: Percentage of Websites that Support Drupal as a Scripting Language, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #20-3: Percentage of Websites that Support Drupal as a Scripting Language, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #20-4: Percentage of Websites that Support Drupal as a Scripting Language, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #20-5: Percentage of Websites that Support MS ACCESS as a Scripting Language
Table #20-6: Percentage of Websites that Support MS ACCESS as a Scripting Language, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #20-7: Percentage of Websites that Support MS ACCESS as a Scripting Language, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #20-8: Percentage of Websites that Support MS ACCESS as a Scripting Language, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #20-9: Percentage of Websites that Support MS SSQL as a Scripting Language
Table #20-10: Percentage of Websites that Support MS SSQL as a Scripting Language, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #20-11: Percentage of Websites that Support MS SSQL as a Scripting Language, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #20-12: Percentage of Websites that Support MS SSQL as a Scripting Language, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #20-13: Percentage of Websites that Support MYSQL as a Scripting Language
Table #20-14: Percentage of Websites that Support MYSQL as a Scripting Language, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #20-15: Percentage of Websites that Support MYSQL as a Scripting Language, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #20-16: Percentage of Websites that Support MYSQL as a Scripting Language, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #20-17: Percentage of Websites that Support ORACLE as a Scripting Language
Table #20-18: Percentage of Websites that Support ORACLE as a Scripting Language, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #20-19: Percentage of Websites that Support ORACLE as a Scripting Language, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #20-20: Percentage of Websites that Support ORACLE as a Scripting Language, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #20-21: Percentage of Websites that Support PERL as a Scripting Language
Table #20-22: Percentage of Websites that Support PERL as a Scripting Language, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #20-23: Percentage of Websites that Support PERL as a Scripting Language, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #20-24: Percentage of Websites that Support PERL as a Scripting Language, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #20-25: Percentage of Websites that Support PHP as a Scripting Language
Table #20-26: Percentage of Websites that Support PHP as a Scripting Language, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #20-27: Percentage of Websites that Support PHP as a Scripting Language, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #20-28: Percentage of Websites that Support PHP as a Scripting Language, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #21: USE OF PORTAL & WEB DEVELOPMENT SOFTWARE/APPLICATION

Table #21-1: Percentage of Websites that Use the Following Types of Portal Software
Table #21-2: Percentage of Websites Using Any Software Cited Below that Use the Following Specific Web Development Tools
Table #21-3: Percentage of Websites Using Any Software Cited Below that Use the Following Specific Web Development Tools
Table #21-4: Percentage of Websites Using Any Software Cited Below that Use the Following Specific Web Development Tools, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #21-5: Percentage of Websites Using any Software Cited Below that Use the Following Specific Web Development Tools, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #21-6: Percentage of Colleges that Use the Following Web Analytics Packages

SECTION #22: DISASTER RECOVERY PLANS

SECTION #23: USE OF PERSONAL COMPUTERS & WORKSTATIONS BY THE COLLEGE WEBSITE STAFF

Table #23-1: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Apple as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations
Table #23-2: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Apple as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #23-3: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Apple as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out by Type of College

Table #23-4: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Apple as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #23-5: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Dell as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations
Table #23-6: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Dell as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #23-7: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Dell as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #23-8: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Dell as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #23-9: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Gateway as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations
Table #23-10: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Gateway as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #23-11: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Gateway as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #23-12: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Gateway as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #23-13: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Hewlett Packard as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations
Table #23-14: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Hewlett Packard as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #23-15: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Hewlett Packard as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #23-16: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Hewlett Packard as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #23-17: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use IBM as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations
Table #23-18: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use IBM as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #23-19: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use IBM as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out by Type of College 166
Table #23-20: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use IBM as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #23-21: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Sun Solaris as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations
Table #23-22: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Sun Solaris as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #23-23: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Sun Solaris as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #23-24: Percentage of Web Staffs that Use Sun Solaris as a Main Supplier of Personal Computers & Workstations, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

SECTION #24: ROLE OF THE WEBSITE IN CAMPUS CRISIS COMMUNICATIONS STRATEGY

Table #24-1: Percentage of Institutions that have a Strategy to Provide Crisis Communications to Students, Staff and Faculty Through Mass Email Broadcast
Table #24-2: Percentage of Institutions that have a Strategy to Provide Crisis Communications to Students, Staff and Faculty Through Mass Email Broadcast, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #24-3: Percentage of Institutions that have a Strategy to Provide Crisis Communications to Students, Staff and Faculty Through Mass Email Broadcast, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #24-4: Percentage of Institutions that have a Strategy to Provide Crisis Communications to Students, Staff and Faculty Through Mass Email Broadcast, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #24-5: Percentage of Institutions that have a Strategy to Provide Crisis Communications to Students, Staff and Faculty Through an Emergency Page on the College Website
Table #24-6: Percentage of Institutions that have a Strategy to Provide Crisis Communications to Students, Staff and Faculty Through an Emergency Page on the College Website, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges
Table #24-7: Percentage of Institutions that have a Strategy to Provide Crisis Communications to Students, Staff and Faculty Through an Emergency Page on the College Website, Broken Out by Type of College
Table #24-8: Provide Crisis Communications to Students, Staff and Faculty Through Text Messaging to Cell Phones, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment
Table #24-9: Percentage of Institutions that have a Strategy to Provide Crisis Communications to Students, Staff and Faculty Through Text Messaging to Cell Phones
Table 24-10: Percentage of Institutions that have a Strategy to Provide Crisis Communications to Students, Staff and Faculty Through Text Messaging to Cell Phones, Broken Out for Public and Private Colleges

Table 24-11: Percentage of Institutions that have a Strategy to Provide Crisis Communications to Students, Staff and Faculty Through Text Messaging to Cell Phones, Broken Out by Type of College
Table 24-12: Provide Crisis Communications to Students, Staff and Faculty Through Text Messaging to Cell Phones, Broken Out by Level of Full Time Equivalent Enrollment

PARTICIPANTS

The University of Texas Health Science Center
Douglas College
University of Wisconsin-Parkside
Texas Lutheran University
SAIT Polytechnic
Lynchburg College
Penn State
Griffith University
Jacksonville University
Texas State University
University of Texas Health Science Center at
San Antonio
SUNY Plattsburgh
Carthage College
Cape Fear Community College
Tusculum College
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh
Northwestern Oklahoma State University
Ohio Northern University
Arcadia University
SUNY Oneonta
California Institute of Technology
Ramapo College of New Jersey
Lewis University
Ithaca College
New Jersey Institute of Technology
Benedictine University
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Southern Illinois University
Bowdoin College
Oklahoma Baptist University
Montana State University
Drake University
Union University
Marquette University
University of Ottawa
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford
Ursuline College
Loyola University Chicago
Fairleigh Dickinson University
University of the Incarnate Word
TMCC
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Goucher College
Augusta State University
Southern Arkansas University
Marywood University
Southwest Tennessee Community College
Monash University
State University of New York College at Brockport
Illinois Central College
College of Education and Human Development, University
of Minnesota
Mount Mercy College
Jacksonville University
Mercyhurst College
Eastern Iowa Community College District
Angelo State University
Florida Gulf Coast University
University of Texas-Pan American
Amarillo College
Davenport University
Oregon State University
Bethany Lutheran College
Merrimack College
Pomona College
Morningside College
Calvin College
Portland Community College
Rowan University
William Woods University

Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown

RELATED PRODUCTS

Our Clients

Our clients' logos