Another concern is whether people are using your site at all! Most schools
will keep statistics on web page access -- how often a page is accessed, from where, with what type of browser, etc. You can check with your Computing Center
(or equivalent office) to find out if they keep such statistics and how you
can access them.
Alternatively, you could install a counter directly on to
your web page. If you have been surfing the web at all, you have probably
already seen these counters, with some statement such as "This web site has
been accessed XXXX times." Again, check with your Computing Center for
how to set up an individual counter for your page(s).
is, in fact, unclear whether such stats tell you
anything meaningful at all, however they might be generated. There are various reasons for this, rather
technical, but you should learn about these limitations if you intend
to look at such statistics. I recommend an
interesting web page originally from Cranfield University in the United Kingdom that
presents an argument that web page access
stats are, in fact, entirely meaningless and should not be used at all.