Jennifer Smith
(607) 436-3031


John Bugyi
(607) 436-3034

The primary responsibility of the Office of Communications web team is the oneonta.edu website. We work closely with colleagues in the Office of Communications to maintain a visually appealing and up-to-date website that is functional across most major browsers and devices. Currently, we are redesigning office and department sites to be consistent with the college's Style Guide. Each office/department has designated at least one staff member to make daily edits to its site, and our team is available to assist with more complicated edits.

Other responsibilities include maintaining content within the myOneonta portal and assisting with institutional social media efforts. We also help other departments and offices to optimize web-related business goals by setting up short links, and tracking and analyzing web traffic and clickthrough paths.

Google Analytics
Our primary tool for collecting data on visits to the oneonta.edu website is Google Analytics. Our reports separate off-campus and on-campus traffic, which is helpful when analyzing trends from external and internal audiences. College sites are not automatically tracked, but tracking can be added upon request and takes effect immediately.

Search Engine
The Office of Communications web team maintains the college's internal Google Mini search engine, the workhorse behind the search box found on the header of most college webpages. This powerful engine enables customizations such as key word matches, which allow us to choose up to three websites to appear above regular search results when a particular term is searched. Official college pages that do not appear near the top of the results page when an associated key word or phrase is searched can be added upon request.

Requests for permission changes should be directed to the ITS Help Desk.

Instructions for connecting to the webserver are listed under "Website" on the ITS documentation page.

Software training for Adobe Dreamweaver is available through the ITS Training Program.