SCREENsite lives at the University of Alabama,
which is located on the banks of the Black Warrior River in Tuscaloosa, Alabama,
USA--just off Interstate 20/59.
Click on the map to explore it further (courtesy Lycos).
More specifically, SCREENsite documents reside
on the Division of Student Affairs'
World Wide Web server, for which we are most grateful. Other UA computing
resources are provided by the Telecommunication
and Film Department and the Seebeck Computer Center.
SCREENsite Support Staff
Jody Abbott is hard at work
pestering professors to send us their course
syllabi and then HTMLifying them.
James Castonguay has worked wonders
on SCREENsite's links to the publishing world (both
Philippe Mather keeps an eye on
our Employment Office, collecting
job-hunters' resumes and updating the job listings.
Cal Pryluck helped nurture
SCREENsite through its birth and infancy and has contributed
a Reference Shelf that
brings together essential Web utilities (film credits databases, dictionaries,
MLA/APA style guides, and the like).
Scott Tullos created a program
for us that took the directories from LISTSERV discussion groups and converted
it into our Film/TV Educator's Directory.
Jason Mittell has taken over the thankless task of maintaining this directory.
Since October 8, 1995
folks have taken a peek at SCREENsite's acknowledgments.
Last modified: 7/8/96
Comments: SCREENsite Webmaster