Dartmouth Class Webmasters Association FAQs (frequently-asked questions)Category: Main -> The Dartmouth Class Webmasters Association (DCWA)
- What is the Dartmouth Class Webmaster's Association (DCWA)?
- Who can join the Dartmouth Class Webmaster Association?
- How is the Dartmouth Class Webmasters Association organized and run?
- Is there a DCWA mailing list?
The Dartmouth Class Webmasters Association was formed in August 2000 to help Class webmasters share information about setting up and maintaining web pages. In the Fall of 2000, Dartmouth College recognized "webmaster" as an official class position.
The DCWA annual meeting takes place during Class Officers Weekend (in September or October) in Hanover.
Technically, you probably have to be appointed a Class webmaster, but we're not fussy. We welcome all webmasters associated with Dartmouth and Dartmouth websites to participate in sharing information and skills through the DCWA.Back to top
All Class webmasters are members. The members present elect a President and Vice President for two year terms every other year at Class Officers Weekend (COW) in Hanover. The Vice President generally becomes President after his/her VP term. The VP also manages the selection of the Webmaster of the Year selection and award (WOTY).Back to top
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Class webmasters are automatically subscribed to the DCWA mailing list and can communicate among themselves at: <firstname.lastname@example.org>