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New staff site gathers wealth of resources

Want to find MIT information more quickly and intuitively? Want a one-stop website? Visit MIT Stafflinks, a new website designed specifically for staff. You can also find it through a new staff link on the MIT homepage, under "community."

Using the framework of a website first created by Anne Deveau, a member of the Working Group on Support Staff issues, the site was developed by a project team that included Deveau, Human Resources, the News Office, and Publishing Services Bureau. The intention was to build a dynamic site, and one that all staff members feel is their own.

All comments and suggestions are welcome. Just click "Contact and Feedback" at the bottom of every page on the site.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on February 11, 2009 (download PDF).

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