NewsPersons School of Marlboro College Wins Award for Website
MARLBORO, VT The Persons School of Marlboro College received the Gold Medal award in the World Wide Web Site category from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). The award was presented at the CASE District 1 Conference in Quebec City in late January.
In addition to the criteria of clear objectives, planning, writing, design, and layout, photo quality, effective communication of the institutions identity, and use of budget and resources, the judging committee also cited the sites ease of navigation, browser and platform compatibility, and download speed.
According to Judging Coordinator Julie Vecchito, "The fact that two of the judges said theyd like to attend [The Persons Schools] program is a true indication of the sites effectiveness!"
Marlboro College Director of Internet Development Daniel Muller
was present at the conference to accept the award on behalf of himself
and his colleagues who developed the site together, including Director
of External Affairs Maria Basescu and freelance designer Justine
Established in Brattleboro in 1998, The Persons School of Marlboro College offers three one year master's degree programs in Internet technologies: master of science in Internet strategy management, master of arts in teaching with Internet technologies, and master of science in Internet engineering. The Center also provides customized technology training programs for area businesses, educators, and community members, including senior citizens and young people.
To visit the site, please go online to www.gradcenter.marlboro.edu. Additional information is also available by contacting The Persons School at (802) 258-9200 or persons.marlboro.edu.