Webmaster Akrit Mohapatra
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Generative Adversarial Networks AKRIT MOHAPATRA ECE DEPARTMENT, VIRGINIA TECH
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CONTENT DEVELOPMENT What do you do now? 1. If you have a simple change on your existing page • Submit it right to the Webmaster using the Page Change Order at the bottom of each page • If your page does not have a Page Change Order, it may be a data-driven page, print and fax these changes or errors to the Webmaster 2. Content/Drafts should be approved by Department Head 3. Please check spelling and grammar on your revised content 4. If you’re developing extensively, you’ll want to work through the WDT Representative for your area to be assigned to work with one of the Content Developers (Much of this will be addressed in the workshops scheduled) 5. Do you have dated information on any of your pages? • Note when this information will expire when you turn over your content Content provided may be edited or rewritten as deemed necessary by the WDT <>
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Careers in IT  For a complete listing of careers, visit http://www.computing2014.com/ keyword: careers Career Description Webmaster Develops and maintains websites and web resources. See page 51 Software Engineer Analyzes users’ needs and creates application software. See page 82 Computer Support Specialist Provides technical support to customers and other users. See page 112 Computer Technician Repairs and install computer components and systems. See page 141 Technical Writer Prepares instruction manuals, technical reports, and other scientific or technical documents. See page 174 Network Administrator Creates and maintains computer networks. See page 229 Computing Essentials 2014 Information Technology, the Internet, and © 2014You by McGraw-Hill Education. This proprietary material solely for authorized instructor use. Not authorized for sale or distribution in any manner. This document may not be copied, scanned, duplicated, forwarded, distributed, or posted on a website, in whole or part. 13
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Butler County Community College Pilot Project • Special thanks and credit to: – – – – – – – – – – – – Chemistry and Math Departments Dr. Jackie Vietti, President Dr. Leann Ellis,Vice President of Academic Affairs Dean’s Council Linda Billingsley, Dean of Learning Resources and Services Tom Erwin, CIO Brad Vacura, Systems Administrator Nova Southeastern Andy Jacques and staff, Webmaster University ITDE Doctoral Program Larry Friesen, Math Lead Instructor Robert Carlson, Sciences Lead Instructor Nancy White-Full Circle Elizabeth Luzar, Nursing Instructor http://www.fullcirc.com/ Bob Meyer, Adjunct Faculty Coordinator Mihaela Moussou-Knowise http://www.knowise.com/
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2.4 Basic Text Markup • Text is normally placed in paragraph elements • Paragraph Elements – The

tag breaks the current line and inserts a blank line - the new line gets the beginning of the content of the paragraph – The browser puts as many words of the paragraph’s content as will fit in each line Our first document

Greetings from your Webmaster!

Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Pearson Addison-Wesley 2-6

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When your site is ready: - Submit it to Google at http://www.google.com/addurl.html. - Submit a Sitemap using Google Webmaster Tools. Google uses your Sitemap to learn about the structure of your site and to increase our coverage of your webpages. - Make sure all the sites that should know about your pages are aware your site is online.
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Find the “phishing” clues From: "Williams College" Date: February 13, 2009 11:25:45 AM EST Subject: Webmail Subscriber Reply-To: [email protected] Attn. Webmail User, We regret to announce to you that we will be making some vital maintainance on our webmail. During this process you might have login problems in signing into your Online account, but to prevent this you have to confirm your account immediately after you receive this notification. Your williams.edu Account Confirmation Name: E-mail ID: E-mail Password: Date of birth: Your account shall remain active after you have successfully confirmed your account details. Thanks Williams College Webmail Support Team
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Officers Officers 2016-2017 President Taylor Davis Vice President Alex Anderson Secretary Lauren Moore Treasurer Megan Porter Awards and Grants Chair Madison Thompson Social Events Chair Jenna Henry Professional Development Sabrina Ridenour Membership Chair Maggie Krasny Fundraising Chair Rachel Ridenour Community Service Chair Denna Davari Webmaster Erin Hull Historians Julie Peng, Anna Cokeley, Anna Gilpin Event Leads Krista Kutzner, Audrey Murder Mystery Lunch Weiss Girl Scout Day Eilish Miller, Ashley Konya 8th Grade Day Rachel Dubriwny Engineering Formal Anna Gilpin
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Elections • We will be electing the following officers at our April 19th meeting: • • • • • • • • • • President Vice President Treasurer Secretary Membership Coordinator Webmaster Awards and Grants Chair Professional Development and Corporate Relations Social Chair Historian 8
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University Priority: Branding and Marketing Actions:  $5,000 for a branding and marketing consultant  $13,347 for full-time webmaster  $12,500 for program specific recruitment materials  $25,000 for general marketing budget Key Measures of Performance:  Exceed application targets by program  Maintain high number of companies recruiting UW-Stout graduates  Maintain high student placement  Increase the number of grants and contracts  High School rank of high school graduates accepted at UW-Stout is higher
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Implementation Team: Career Opportunities Marketing 1. Implement an interactive (jazzy) website for student recruitment and redesign program recruitment materials 2. Create a personalized portal concept on the website for future students 3. Identify needed changes to the identity policy to allow for effective recruitment materials 4. Develop an alumni kit. Status:  Team recommended several strengths and opportunities for improvement of web, print media, and utilizing alumni  Recommendations have been assigned to John Enger, Cindy Gilberts and Bob Heuermann for implementation Budget Actions:  Additional support for the webmaster, including a full-time graphic designer, were recommended. In light of the administrative budget reduction requirement, alternate methods for providing support will be reviewed
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What is a Google penalty?  A Google penalty is a punishment Google gives to sites they feel do not meet certain quality standards.  This can spell disaster for companies who run their business through their web sites.  Google Penalty Types  There are various penalty types that have been found as follows; Drop in rankings to the I. The “Minus Thirty” Penalty end of the listings for that II. The “950 Penalty” keyword III.The Position 6 Penalty Above google penalties can be fixed by following google’s webmaster guidelines.
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Organizational Structure      Two Co-Chairs Local Arrangements Chair Two Publicity Chairs Webmaster Ten Program Committee Members
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How do you create and use a web site? (cont.) • Work with your web host and webmaster to build the site. • Decide on graphics • Make sure site is easy to navigate • Consider accessibility issues for people with disabilities • Get feedback from others and make changes. • Does site load easily? • Is info arranged logically? • Is site easy to read? • Does the info make sense? Copyright © 2014 by The University of Kansas
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NSF-DMR/ITR Workshop/Review 17-20 June 2004 University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign The Materials Computation Center Funded by NSF Division of Materials Research (ITR grant 03-25939) Duane D. Johnson and R.M. Martin at the Frederick Seitz Materials Research Laboratory University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign MCC Affiliates and Departments (Chemistry) Todd Martinez (Co-Director) (CS) Eric de Sturler (ECE) Jean-Pierre Leburton, Sanjay Patel (GE) David Goldberg (MatSE) Pascal Bellon, Erik Luijten Duane D. Johnson (Director) (MIE) Narayan Aluru (TAM) Robert Haber (Physics) David Ceperley (travel program), Karin Dahmen, Alfred Hubler, Richard Martin (MCC) Jeongnim Kim (Coordinator, NCSA/MCC), Amy Young (Webmaster) (MRL) Kris Williams (Networking), Ramona Simpson (Secretary) Interactions with others, e.g., Umberto Ravioli (ECE), G. Paulino (CEE), P. Guebelle (AAE) Programs: Computational Science and Engineering Program (CSE) National Center for Supercomputer Applications (NCSA) 17-20 June 2004 Website: http://www.mcc.uiuc.edu summer schools Materials Computation Center University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign
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The MCC Software Archive© http://www.mcc.uiuc.edu Maintained by Amy Young (MCC webmaster) Sponsor of a web-based Software Archive For a shared resource for CMS community and to foster and encourage interaction and reduce redundancy. On the Archive Page Welcome to the MCC Software Repository For information about posting your code on the Archive, email [email protected] Software posted is made available to (and from) the Computational Materials Community. The software will be either readily accessible or access will be controlled by the author(s) of the software. You will be asked to register for each software you wish to download. Instructional Analysis Classical/Quantum_Simulation DFT_Electronic_Structure Summer_School • Software can be found by specific search of type or area • Authors retain ownership and, if desired, control over dissemination. Please consider contributing to the Software Archive. 17-20 June 2004 Website: http://www.mcc.uiuc.edu Materials Computation Center University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign
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The MCC Software Archive http://www.mcc.uiuc.edu Maintained by Amy Young (MCC webmaster) Examples Instructional CLAMPS Classical Many-Particle Simulator Author: David Ceperley, UIUC Date of submission: 10/10/2000 Examples OHMMS Object-Oriented High-Performance Multiscale Materials Simulator Author: Jeongnim Kim, MCC Date of submission: 12/12/2001 DFT_Electronic_Structure PARSEC Pseudopotential Algorithm for Real-Space Electronic Calculations. Author: Jim Chelikowsky, U. of Minnesota TDDFT TD-DFT in the LDA approximation using real-time and real-space methods, i.e.without basis sets. Author: George Bertsch, U. of Washington Date of submission: 6/10/2002 Date of submission: 6/14/2002 17-20 June 2004 Website: http://www.mcc.uiuc.edu Materials Computation Center University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign
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The MCC Software Archive http://www.mcc.uiuc.edu Maintained by Amy Young (MCC webmaster) Examples Classical/Quantum_Simulation CEIMC Coupled Electronic-Ionic Monte Carlo Author: Mark Dewing, NCSA Date of submission: 1/1/2002 Examples Digital Material An extensible modeling and software infrastructure for support of the representation and simulation of structure and evolution across multiple length and time scales. Author: James Sethna, Cornell University Date of submission: 5/30/2002 Summer_School_Codes Labs from “Spanning Multiple Length and Time Scales (2002)” Eric de Sturler Lab and Lectures Iterative methods for eigenvalue problems Author: E. de Sturler, MCC Date of submission: 2/5/2002 Tim Germann Lab and Lectures Hyperdynamics Lab Author: Tim German, LANL (MCC) Date of submission: 2/7/2002 Software Archive has many more 17-20 June 2004 Website: http://www.mcc.uiuc.edu Materials Computation Center University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign
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Exec Board President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Webmaster Yemi Oyediran Kaitlin Welch Nicholas Sorrell Sean Schatzman Ryan Nystrom Advisor Dr. John Franco
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VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY POLICE Officer Troy C. Ross Webmaster, VCU Police THE TECHNICAL SIDE OF THE INTERNET & COMPUTER CRIME
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Brought to you by WWW.VCU.EDU/POLICE PRESENTATION BY: OFFICER TROY C. ROSS WEBMASTER, VCUPD UNIT 1420 VCU POLICE DEPARTMENT 918 W. FRANKLIN STREET RICHMOND, VA. 23834 (804) 828-1196
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2.4 Basic Text Markup - Text is normally placed in paragraph elements - Paragraph Elements - The

tag breaks the current line and inserts a blank line - the new line gets the beginning of the content of the paragraph - The browser puts as many words of the paragraph’s content as will fit in each line Our first document

Greetings from your Webmaster!

Chapter 2 © 2009 by Addison Wesley Longman, Inc. 5

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C. Testing Controls  Webmaster provides training data • • • List of important keywords Associated ranked pages Tedious, but trivial compared to optimizing all pages
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Access Control and Security • E-commerce requires mutual trust and secure access – User names and passwords – Encryption key – Digital certificates and signatures • Restricted access areas – Other people’s accounts – Restricted company data – Webmaster administration areas 9-9
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