Web Administrators

Email Deb Raftus, ESS Web Editor, with your questions or suggestions for this ESS website.


Toolkit

ESS Web Migration Team

  • Deb Raftus, ESS Web Editor and Migration Project Manager
  • Brian Vetruba, Web Migration Team Member and Lead, ACRL ESS Libguides
  • Dick Hacken, WESSWeb Editor, Web Migration Team Member
  • Michelle Urberg, Web Migration Team Member
  • Kathryn Kuntz, Web Migration Team Member and Lead Editor, WordPress
  • Barbara Maratos, Web Migration Team Member and Lead Editor, WordPress

Web Designer

  • Chelsie Davies, Web designer, metadata and taxonomy

Volunteers

  • Newsletter Editors
  • WordPress volunteers
    • Megan Browndorf
    • Tom Harding
    • Barbara Maratos
    • Jo McInnis
    • Tara Murray
    • Téa Rokolj
  • LibGuides volunteers
    • Jennifer Allison
    • Barbara Alvarez
    • Joanneke Elliott
    • Tom Harding
    • Sandra Hussey
    • Taylor Leigh
    • David Lincove
    • Rebecca R. Malek-Wiley
    • Barbara Maratos
    • Jo McInnis
    • David Morris
    • Jeremy Ott
    • Téa Rokolj
    • Ramona Romero
    • Walter Schlect
    • Chella Vaidyanathan
    • André G. Wenzel

Lead Editors’ Tasks

  • Set templates bi-annually
  • update committee and discussion group leadership annually
  • point-person for questions (Deb: WordPress; Libguides: ??)

Policies

  • Policies for the ESS website, newsletter and research guides are set by the ESS Communications & Publications Committee and the ESS Newsletter Committee

WESSWeb History

The WESSWeb Wiki content was migrated to this ESS website in 2020.

  • Founding WESSWeb coordinator: James Campbell
  • General coordinator through 2007: Reinhart Sonnenburg
  • General coordinator and wiki administrator since 2008 : Richard Hacken
  • General assistant coordinator since 2016: Deb Raftus
  • British Studies: James Kelly
  • Classical Studies: Reinhart Sonnenburg
  • Dutch Studies: Richard Hacken
  • Francophone countries: Nathalie Soini and Patrick Reidenbaugh
  • German speaking countries: Jo McInnis
  • Iberian Studies: Marianne Siegmund and Richard Hacken
  • Irish Studies: Aedin Clements
  • Italian Studies: Nathalie Soini
  • Medieval and Renaissance: Thomas Izbicki and Paul Victor, Jr.
  • Scandinavian Studies: Richard Hacken
  • Social Sciences and History: Chella Vaidyanathan