information technology communications, outreach, content development/management
What CMS are you using?
still exploring options
What department or office are you in?
Information Technology Services
Primary Job Responsibility
I currently serve as the communications coordinator/liaison for Academic Services and Emerging Technologies (ASET), a unit of Information Technology Services (ITS). I am responsible for the day-to-day and long-term communications for University-wide, centralized academic computing services. I handle announcements and alerts (emergency and planned), internal and external communiations, documentation, Web content, and marketing and communications for University-wide, distributed academic computing services. Services include but are not limited to e-mail, Web services, file service, authentication, authorization, digital identity management, and Penn State's search engine. I also serve on a number of committees and project teams related to my role and responsibilities for ITS. Of particular interest for this group/social network: I serve on the Penn State Web Conference Planning Committee. In this role, I'm also a member of the Web Conference's Executive Board and I co-chair the Programming Committee.
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