About this website
Most of the remaining pages will not be updated, and are treated as archives.
The Site Map gives an overview of the structure of this website.
- To report a problem with the content or formatting of a specific departmental page:
- Click the link to "E-mail page maintainer" found at the bottom of the offending page, and provide a brief explanation of the problem in the body of the generated message. The location of the page is automatically inserted in the message. Note that the content and maintenance of a personal home page is the responsibilty of the person concerned.
- To report general problems or suggest improvements:
- Click the link to "E-mail page maintainer" found at the bottom of the present page.
For stylistic and technical guidelines, see the Website Companion.
The development of this website was the responsibility a working group consisting of G R Buchanan, N A Harman, M W Jones, P D Mosses (chair) and J V Tucker (Head of Department). S Wheeler provided technical assistance with optimising the design and implementation of the website.
- M Chen developed the departmental website.
- August 2000:
- M W Jones and J V Tucker developed a new design for the site.
- June 2006:
- N A Harman and M W Jones implemented a revised design incorporating the new Swansea University style of banner, using templates in Adobe GoLive.
- March 2007:
- ITWales proposed a new visual design for the site, together with new and revised content for some sections.
- September 2007:
- ITWales implemented the proposed design using Adobe Dreamweaver templates. M W Jones subsequently developed a new homepage design and navigation menus.
- November-December 2007:
- S Wheeler optimised the accessibility of the entire site, and refined the visual design.
- 18 December 2007:
- The renovated site replaced the previous site after all staff had had an opportunity to review it and report any problems.
- 1 May 2012:
- The previous URL of this website now refers to a new department website, hosted on the University's content management system (CMS). The active content of the remaining pages will gradually migrate to the CMS.