Introducing the PTS Web Team
The Seminary began the year with a new web team: Matthew Fuellhart, webmaster, and Nina Rogers, web editor.
Fuellhart, a computer information systems graduate of Rider University, worked as a programmer and analyst for EMA Services in Philadelphia before taking up his work at PTS in the fall. Rogers is a graduate of Temple Universitys School of Communications and worked as a data analyst at Educational Testing Service in Princeton before joining the PTS staff in October.
As webmaster, Fuellhart works primarily in maintaining the physical web site. A major goal for this year is expanding the internal, or academic, web site for the use of the campus community, including developing online course support for faculty and putting the campus calendar online.
Rogerss work is related to design and content of the 600-plus-page external web site (www.ptsem.edu). (These are just the active pages; archived pages take the number up to several thousand.) She has recently put new faculty profiles online, developed a web version of the view book for the Vocations Office, and is developing a system for maintaining accurate and timely updates of all information posted on the external site.
Fuellhart reports to the vice president for educational media and information technology, and Rogers is a member of the communications/publications department staff. However, in line with the interdisciplinary nature of web work, the two work together as partners on many projects.
Readers wishing to make suggestions, inquiries, or comments about the PTS web site may contact Fuellhart and Rogers at [email protected]. Theyd love to hear from you!
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