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Penn Web structure (Leader: Edda Katz)

This stream addresses eligibility and placement of material on the Penn Web and efficient, usable organization and navigation.

Status key:

S = at Start
EM(date) = estimated milestone
M(date) = milestone reached
EC(date) = estimated completion
C(date) = task completed
Priority Key:

A = high importance or urgency
B = moderate importance or urgency
C = lower importance or urgency
(tasks listed in priority sequence)
Priority Task Accountable Status
BDevelop with Steering Committee a policy on eligibility for space on the Penn Web.EKS
BReview appropriate degree of accessibility of info on Web. Should some be restricted? Explore implications and technical alternatives, including an intranet/internet split, for policy decision by Steering Committee.EKS
CDevelop process for situating and maintaining policy documents on the Penn WebEKEM
CIdentify other areas that are candidates for multiunit links and develop processes for situating and maintaining them following model developed for policy documents.EKS



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