Web Pages at SCU
Information Technology offers resources to give students, faculty, and staff the ability to create personal web pages. Clubs and organizations can also request space to create web pages for their groups. The web sites are available using Google Sites, Blogs (WordPress), or a content management system called Drupal.
- Create a Google Site
- Training and Help for Google Sites
- Create a Blog
- Request an Account on WebPages@SCU (using Drupal)
- Documentation and Help with the Drupal CMS
- Ask a question or comment about the Personal WebPages@SCU
Custom Web applications
In Academic Technology, Brian Washburn and Tony Pehanich are available to support custom Web application development for campus organizations. This support is available primarily to SCU organizations with a Web presence on www.scu.edu, but we can assist with Web application development projects on other servers as well.
Examples of custom Web applications developed by Media Services include:
- Course Availability
- SCU Phonebook
- Campus Map
If your Web project includes interactive forms, a Web database, or dynamically-generated content, please contact Brian Washburn and Tony Pehanich via the Website Support Request system.
TerminalFour CMS developer support
Along with overall system administration responsibility for the T4 Content Management System, Brian and Tony also provide support for custom element development and other extensions to the T4 CMS. T4 provides basic Web authoring functionality out-of-the-box, and we have extended it by creating custom elements based on specific requirements, including blogs, discussion boards, RSS feeds, surveys, and more. Examples of content types can be found on the Web Design and Development site.
Please submit a support request for any T4-related questions or issues.