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Who May Create Documents?
Academic departments, programs, centers or institutes, or administrative departments may submit content to be linked to the Seminole State website. Faculty and registered student organizations also may request to publish Web pages.
Faculty members may create faculty teaching sites to be linked to the College's website. These Web documents are located within an individually maintained sub-directories or "subwebs" on the College servers. To create a website on one of the Seminole State servers, faculty must fill out a User Access Form, which is available from the CTS office or department secretaries. The request, which is not a guarantee, will be reviewed to determine how best to meet your needs.
In addition to subwebs, faculty may also request Sakai course sites to be created on the DL server to develop online courses, or to add online components (such as bulletin boards or chat rooms) to their on-campus courses. Sakai sites differ from subwebs in that they contain interactive tools for online course delivery. Sakai sites are also password protected and cannot be accessed by students who are not enrolled in the specific course.
Many instructors use subwebs in conjunction with Sakai to make course information available to both enrolled and prospective students. For more information about Sakai, please see the Faculty Support page on the Distance Learning site. For a step by step guide to establishing a Seminole State Sakai course, please consult the Faculty Support Information on the Distance Learning website.
Registered student organizations may also request permission to publish Web documents. Student organization Web pages must conform to the same established standards required for all Seminole State web pages. Student Club pages must be requested and supervised by the club's advisor.
For a concise, step by step guide to establishing authorization and putting your Web page/site on a Seminole State server, please consult Steps for Developing and Maintaining Web Pages at Seminole State.
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