New SLAC Directory Offers More Features
By Ziba Mahdavi and Katherine Bellevin
A new SLAC Directory is currently being tested and will soon be
released. This new directory has many enhancements, including listings
• alternate contact information, such as cell phones, pagers
• SLAC cell phones
• easy to navigate organization charts
• home institution (for SLAC Users)
Control Your Own Contact Information
People who are in the SLAC Directory can now add alternate contact
information to their listings. This is important for the User community,
as well as anyone who has multiple phone numbers, email addresses, cell
phones or pagers. In order to edit your own information, you must be
logged in using your SLAC Windows account/password. Those without a SLAC
Windows account should contact their ATOM for assistance with this
This project is a joint effort of the Business Services, Computing and
Communications groups. We’ve gained valuable input from staff around the
lab -- including ATOMS, Admins, User support and others.
Try It Out!
We’d like your comments and suggestions. Try out the beta version at:
http://www-public.slac.stanford.edu/phonebook/search.html and let us
know if you have any problems, suggestions or comments. Send comments to
email@example.com. The new directory is also
available from every directory listing page. We hope to launch the new
directory in mid-June.
Please note that the new organizational changes at the division level
may not be yet reflected in the organizational chart, so please check
that you are listed with the correct department and supervisor, but you
do not need to send in corrections for which division you belong to.
Phone Number When the Web Site is Down
the Phone Book
know that you can dial 650-926-8777 and get any staff member’s phone
number by spelling out the last name (and sometimes part of the
first name)? This service is also available via the main SLAC line
(926-3300, choose option ‘2’).
phone book advanced search page (http://www-public.slac.stanford.edu/phonebook/search.html),
use the “Printing the Phone Directory” link. The data is refreshed