Adapted from Francesco Colonna,
Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (Venice: Aldus Manutius ..., Dec.
1499). Courtesy of Special
Collections and Archives,
Best of the Wesleyan
Who can nominate?
Anyone can nominate any site, including their
Who can be nominated?
Sites must have some significant relationship to Wesleyan.
Sites made entirely or mostly by students, faculty, staff,
and alumni are eligible. Sites don't have to live on the
Wesleyan webserver, or even on the Wesleyan network.
How long does a nomination stay in the
Once a site is nominated, it is left in the pool of
candidate sites for four weeks. Thus, any site is always
competing with four weeks's worth of candidates (minus those
that have won already.) Sites that leave the pool can be
re-nominated. Sites that undergo significant revision can
win more than once.
What are the selection
Members of the editorial collective choose the Site of
the Week on the basis of the following criteria:
What is the relation of the site to the
mission of the Wesleyan?
Use of the medium, usability, innovativeness
How well does the site take advantage of
the unique properties afforded by the web?
When appropriate, does the site pertain to timely
Depth and Breadth
How deeply does the site cover the
material? What is the scope of the site?
We want the sites to be drawn from the
creative talents of students, faculty, staff, and alums.
Collectively, we want the sites of the week to be
representative of the entire Wesleyan community.
Who are the members of the editorial
The editorial collective is made up of:
Stephen Angle, Philosophy
Carla Antonaccio, Classical Studies
Rachel Cheng, Library
Paula Lawson, Academic Affairs
Pat Leone, ITS
Jenny Ma, '01
John Meerts, ITS
Hong J. Qu, '99
Michael Roy, ITS
Suzy Taraba, Library
Michael Wyatt, Romance Languages and Literature
The decisions of the
editorial collective are final and