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Web Programmer, Teachers College, Columbia University

The Office of the Web at Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City is seeking a part-time Web Programmer to help us develop and maintain our content management systems. We are looking for a motivated individual, knowledgeable in JavaScript, PHP, databases, and HTML/CSS. Please see: http://careers.tc.columbia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=53852See More
Jul 29, 2013
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Teachers College, Columbia University seeking part-time Web Developer

The Office of the Web at Teachers College is seeking a web site developer to help execute important projects and initiatives. Working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment, members of the the web office team are rapidly building websites and implementing new technologies. A qualified candidate will assist the Associate Web Editor with site development, content editor trainings, and HTML email development.Responsibilities:Develop and manage web content in the TC Content Management System (TC-CMS)…See More
Apr 16, 2013
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XML to Indesign

Hi,My college is looking for some assistance with integrating XML feeds to print document via InDesign. Are there any schools currently doing something like this? Also, any recommendations of vendors who could assist?Thanks!PaulSee More
Mar 4, 2013
Paul Acquaro replied to Paul Acquaro's discussion Institution web guidelines
"I think this is a nice way to approach discussing branding :   Although it isn't necessary for every University of Denver Web page to look exactly the same, visitors to the site benefit from consistency. They expect sites that convey the…"
Feb 25, 2011
Steve replied to Paul Acquaro's discussion Institution web guidelines
"When it comes to social media, I think the first struggle is to ask what kind of policy you're looking for... acceptable PERSONAL use of social media, or OFFICIAL use (in the name of the department/college/etc).  And then for the latter,…"
Feb 23, 2011
Paul Gilzow replied to Paul Acquaro's discussion Institution web guidelines
"i think part of the sticking point is athletics.  there are rules and regulations on what can and cant be publicized when it comes to student athletes, and thats from ANY official department, not just the athletic department.  We had a…"
Feb 23, 2011
Paul Acquaro replied to Paul Acquaro's discussion Institution web guidelines
"I wonder if "policy" is the wrong approach to social media ... encourage, promote, provide hooks on your site, but let it grow organically."
Feb 23, 2011
Paul Gilzow replied to Paul Acquaro's discussion Institution web guidelines
"We have a social media policy, but it's still in draft format (and has been for almost a year), so it isnt available right now.  Seems that legal and the various interested parties cant come to an agreement on what is and isnt…"
Feb 23, 2011

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