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Complete this form to request help from eTech's Web Services staff.
Tell Us Who You Are
Please enter your phone number in this format: (###) ###-####.
Is your department/office/program within the College of Arts and Sciences?
eTech serves the UA College of Arts and Sciences. If you are not part of A&S but believe that your project should receive support from us, please explain.
What kind of project do you want to start?
Creating a new website
Updating an existing website, but I'm not yet sure of the nature and scope of the work and would like to discuss that
Fixing a problem with my department/organization's website
Developing a web application (such as an online system or form)
Creating a course blog
Which semester do you need the blog for?
What do you need the web application to do?
If you have tried to accomplish this via some other means, please describe what you've done and why you now want a web application.
Please tell us what you'd like to do.
What's broken on your website?
What will the site's URL be?
What is your goal date for launching the site?
Many factors determine how long it takes to produce a website. Please consider your schedule, workload, and availability as well as the UA academic calendar in determining a goal launch date. If you are trying to produce a site before a fixed deadline such as a conference or other event, please tell us in the "additional comments" field at the end of this form. We can't make any promises, but we will do our best to meet your requested launch date.
Please use this space to tell us anything else we need to know about your project.
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