1994 – Vanderbilt's First Homepage
1994: Vanderbilt’s first homepage was a prototype and was never linked to the World Wide Web.
Academic Computing and Information Services
(Last Modified: 15 August 1994)
Welcome to the Vanderbilt University World Wide Web server,a gateway to information services provided by and for the Vanderbilt community.Please read the current status of this server, to learn how to add yourown information or to add a link to another pertinent information service.
Table of Contents for this Home Page
- Academic WWW Servers
- Other Vanderbilt W3 Servers
- Other Information Services at Vanderbilt
- Handbook for Computing at Vanderbilt
- Computer Center Services
- Computer Labs and Electronic Classrooms
- The Computer Store
- The World Wide Web and the Internet
- Blair School of Music
- Blair has a WWW home page for its course in Computer Music (MUSC 216).
- School of Engineering
- The School of Engineering offers access to the Intelligent Robotics Laboratory home page, the Electronics
Laboratory of the Future home page. The School houses an anonymous ftp server.
- Owen Graduate School of Management
- OGSM currently houses a W3 server dedicated to Computer-Mediated Marketing Environments (CMEs).
- School of Medicine
- The School of Medicine houses various W3 servers. You can access the Medical Center Library and the Virgil Project servers.
- Television News Archive
- An electronic version of the publication Television News Index and Abstracts, which allows people to identify television newscasts. Copies from the Archive’s collection are loaned to individuals throughout the world for reference, study, classroom instruction, and research.
- Virtual School
- A project of Vanderbilt University that enables K-12 educators to communicate electronically with each other in order to share resources, ideas, techniques, and other aspects of their work.
- Computational Science
- This section offers access to the Computational Science Educational Project. For questions regarding this project, contact the editor, Verena Umar, at email@example.com.
- Local Art Galleries On-Line
- This section offers access to the on-line exhibitions of Vanderbilt artists. You can link to an exhbition of Computational
Art, by VUCC Research Artist Brian Evans.
- By selecting this section you will gain access to the TELNET gateway to ACORN, Vanderbilt libraries’ online catalog. (Description of Acorn.) If you see the prompt USERNAME: type ACORN and press the RETURN key.
- This link takes you to the VUinfo server. (Description of VUinfo.)
- USENET News
- Select any of these links to access USENET newsgroups relevant to the Vanderbilt University community, or
the World Wide Web (hypertext and http). Here’s a direct link to vu.general.
- VU Ph Directory
- From this link you can access the Vanderbilt Univerisity on-line directory.
- VUCC anonymous ftp
- From this link you can access the Computer Center’s anonymous ftp server.
This is the on-line version of the Computing at Vanderbilt handbook, published annually by the Vanderbilt University Forum on Distributed Computing. The current on-line issue is from the ’93-’94 school year. Look for the latest edition (’94-’95)in the near future.
The Vanderbilt University Computer Center (VUCC) provides a variety of computer and technology related services to the campus.
- The Central VAX (CTRVAX Accounts and Services)
- CARAVAN and the Network Utility
- Hardware Maintenance
- Site Licenses
- Computer Labs on Campus
- The Electronic Classroom (Wilson Hall 120)
- This link takes you to the Electronic Classroom Home Page.
- The World Wide Web Initiative
- What’s new with NCSA Mosaic and the World Wide Web
- The World Wide Web Virtual Library
- Internet Resources Meta-Index
- The Whole Internet Catalog
- The Big Dummy’s Guide to the Internet
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