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Published by Student Computing Services The Web site that your club develops will represent your club and its membership. The site can promote interest in your club and attract new members—think of it as advertising. The site is also a main source of information for current members. Always consider how others will view or interpret the content of your site. Use the guidelines listed below as you develop and update the information you publish. The college Student Computing Services office is available to assist clubs with Web site development and maintenance. Consult the contact information, listed at the end of these guidelines, to set up a meeting with one of our staff members. General Information Guidelines Be sure that: All information on the Web site is club related. No personal information or links to personal information is on the Web site unless the content has a specific relationship to the club. Updates to the Web site are frequent enough to eliminate outdated content and to add new
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