AMS Web Site Takes on New Look and Hosts Even More Information

AMS Web Site Takes on New Look and Hosts Even More Information from headquarters It is said that a Web site undergoing growth needs months, making the AMS Web site an even more valu- to be redesigned about once a year. This seems to be able tool for members and the broader scientific and holding true for the AMS Web site, which has been professional community. Members should take note adding new content continually and recently under- of the content in the "Members Only" section, which went another major redesign to improve navigation. includes information on the continuing efforts to The new Web site (http://www.ametsoc.org/AMS) implement the Ten-Year Vision Study, minutes of the provides, in its left-hand frame, a standard list of ma- Council, and other information of particular interest jor Society activities (journals, meetings, etc.) that link to AMS members. This section also provides the en- to pages providing an array of content within those try point to Science's NextWave and ScienceNow, both broad categories, while the center frame is used for of which are offered to AMS members through a spe- newsworthy announcements. The new opening page cial arrangement with the American Association for structure, plus many redesigned pages linked to the the Advancement of Science (you will need your AMS opening page, should make it easier for users to membership number to access these two features). quickly access the content they need. We encourage you to explore the newly redesigned New content has been added to the site on almost AMS Web site and provide feedback on ways that it every aspect of Society activity over the past few can be further improved to better serve you. • Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 4 58 9 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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10.1175/1520-0477(2000)081<0589:FH>2.3.CO;2
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from headquarters It is said that a Web site undergoing growth needs months, making the AMS Web site an even more valu- to be redesigned about once a year. This seems to be able tool for members and the broader scientific and holding true for the AMS Web site, which has been professional community. Members should take note adding new content continually and recently under- of the content in the "Members Only" section, which went another major redesign to improve navigation. includes information on the continuing efforts to The new Web site (http://www.ametsoc.org/AMS) implement the Ten-Year Vision Study, minutes of the provides, in its left-hand frame, a standard list of ma- Council, and other information of particular interest jor Society activities (journals, meetings, etc.) that link to AMS members. This section also provides the en- to pages providing an array of content within those try point to Science's NextWave and ScienceNow, both broad categories, while the center frame is used for of which are offered to AMS members through a spe- newsworthy announcements. The new opening page cial arrangement with the American Association for structure, plus many redesigned pages linked to the the Advancement of Science (you will need your AMS opening page, should make it easier for users to membership number to access these two features). quickly access the content they need. We encourage you to explore the newly redesigned New content has been added to the site on almost AMS Web site and provide feedback on ways that it every aspect of Society activity over the past few can be further improved to better serve you. • Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 4 58 9

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Mar 1, 2000

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