Public Affairs plays a leading role in the development of SFU’s central web presence. A web manager and a web strategist in the office facilitate the continuing evolution of SFU's use of the web through:
- Definition of the content, look and navigation of SFU's official home pages and a group of administrative web sites.
- Offering advice and information on he graphic standards for the web (pdf file-4.2MB) : keeping them up to date and monitoring implementation. Public Affairs is the approving authority on the interpretation of the graphic standards.
- Coordination of major online university initiatives.
- Establishing a presence for SFU on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
- Communication with SFU webmasters.
We offer the following resources to SFU Webmasters:
- Information about SFU's new Common Look and Feel for the web
- Download a copy of the Graphic Standards Manual for the Web (pdf file-4.2MB)
- SFU Social Media Guidelines
- Check out the education section of the award winning library of royalty free music at http://www.royaltyfreemusic.com/music-education/ for music and sound effects to be used for a variety of non-profit educational projects such as background music in theatrical productions, tech-based programs, film, television, PowerPoint presentations, web sites, and many more. Once you have made your selection, please contact one of us to obtain the rights to use your choice of music for your project at no cost.
- To subscribe to the SFU Webmasters list serve, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org with "subscribe sfu-webmasters" in the subject. Information about webmaster meetings will be sent to the list serve.
- Content Management options: The university is currently in the process of acquiring a global content management system that will be hosted locally and implemented across SFU's network of websites. For more information contact Steve Ray.