Types of Web Publishing Opportunities

Procedures, Requirements and Available Tools

Academic departments

Includes administrative offices, divisions and departments (including professors' course pages within departmental sites), other campus-related organizations or SUNY Oswego-hosted conference websites.

Procedures

  • Must use Ingeniux CMS for publishing.
  • Sites are maintained by staff authorized by department head or director.
  • To obtain editing access, the department head or director should email the webmaster.

Compliance Requirements

Sites must comply with NYS accessibility law, copyright law, SUNY Oswego's Acceptable Use policy, must use our Content Management System, and utilize best practices for Web publishing.

Personal - Faculty/Staff and Student

Procedures

As of 1/24/11 Google Sites is now part of LakerApps for the development of personal web pages. Please remember that all existing acceptable use policies and guidelines of the College apply to the naming, development and publishing of content through the Sites feature. CTS support for Sites is limited but they offer training and documentation.

Contact the Help Desk (Phone: 315.312.3456, e-mail: help@oswego.edu) for more information.

Compliance Requirements

Sites must comply with NYS accessibility law, copyright law, SUNY Oswego's Acceptable Use policy.

Student Organizations

(must be officially recognized)
Procedures

  • Site maintained by student members authorized to edit by faculty adviser.
  • May not use our CMS (Ingeniux).
  • Contact the Help Desk (Phone: 315.312.3456, e-mail: help@oswego.edu, fax: 315.312.3143).

Compliance Requirements

Sites must comply with NYS accessibility law, copyright law and SUNY Oswego's Acceptable Use policy.

Academic or professional organizations (not campus-based)

Procedures

  • Site maintained by student members authorized to edit by faculty adviser.
  • May not use our CMS (Ingeniux).
  • Contact the Help Desk (Phone: 315.312.3456, e-mail: help@oswego.edu, fax: 315.312.3143).

Compliance Requirements
Sites must comply with NYS accessibility law, copyright law, SUNY Oswego's Acceptable Use policy.