I have been part of WOCATI since 2008, when Prof. Dr. Namsoon Kang asked me to serve as the Web Administrator for the organization. In this capacity I have been part of several major projects for WOCATI.
- Including the WOCATI Executive Committee Meeting held on March 17-20, 2009 held at Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey 08540.
- Several revisions of the website and shifts in hosts and platforms
- Type-setting, copy editing, layout, and design of the WOCATI book Challenges and Promises of Quality Assurance in Theological Education.
The World Conference of Associations of Theological Institutions (WOCATI)
WOCATI Book Cover
WOCATI website evolution
WOCATI started out as raw HTML and iFrames before moving onto typo3 hosted by the World Council of Churches before moving onto WordPress with a custom theme. Presently WOCATI’s website is running on the static site generator Jekyll and is hosted on Github. Transitioning to Jekyll + Github allows for WOCATI’s website to be fast and responsive for its global audience.
- responsive design
- Jekyll + Github
- google analytics
- google search console
- vertical social media integration