UNF Faculty Domains
UNF Faculty Domains is a project at the University of North Florida managed by the Center for Instruction and Research Technology (CIRT) scheduled to be launched early in the Fall 2017 semester.
UNF Faculty Domains is a
full featured web hosting solution that offers the opportunity to create academic
publishing spaces using modern web applications. Faculty receive their own
subdomain to install instances of available applications and easy to-use
WordPress, Omeka, and
Scalar are currently available.
Faculty Domains offers secure logins using UNF credentials, and provides automated backups.
This project is one of many “Domain of One’s Own” projects happening at institutions of higher learning across the country. As part of UNF’s version of Domain of One’s Own, UNF faculty receive their own subdomain (web space) to install the available applications, as well as easy to use management tools.
To get an idea of the purpose of Faculty Domain, there is a terrific video featuring Christopher Long, the Dean of Arts & Letters at Michigan State University speaking about Crafting Your Digital Scholarly Presence.
Signing in to UNF Faculty Domains
Signing in to UNF Faculty Domains is done through the main Faculty Domains page at https://domains.unf.edu . There is a one-time signup process that allows you to choose a domain. The process is described in our Getting Started Guide.
CIRT Support: Phone, email and face-to-face support provided. To schedule an individual consultation, please call or email.
Phone: (904) 620-3927
Multiple sessions of each workshop will be delivered each semester. You can register for the workshops on the CIRT Events page.