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New York University’s Web site is one of the critical ways we present ourselves to the world, and it is a crucial tool for communicating with our audiences, both internal and external. Every year, more of NYU’s community, including prospective students, current students, employees, and alumni, are relying on the Web as a primary point of communication. This places a heavy responsibility on NYU webmasters individually. Collectively, the sites within NYU’s Web site create an impression about New York University — who we are, what we do, and the impact we have regionally and internationally through research, outreach, and teaching.

The Web has emerged as a medium with a decentralized nature. For the most part, this is one of its great strengths, bringing creativity, diversity, and energy to users. For institutions like NYU, it is also a challenge: how to respect that fundamental character while at the same time maintaining a Web presence that reinforces the University’s identity.

NYU Webmasters Discussion Forum

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NYU Webmasters Discussion Forum

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