Wheaton offers several different methods for publishing web content. This page was created to help steer content providers to the correct system/service for their particular type of content.
If your content is ....
- a static web site intended for the general public:
examples include a college office/department page, a faculty profile, a news item, or a calendar entry
- Wheaton course materials and tools:
examples include syllabi, readings, discussions, and resources
- geared towards the Wheaton intranet as a whole or a particular Wheaton audience:
examples include locally targeted news items, WINDOW access and Banner access
- for a student organization or club and must be publicly accessible:
examples include descriptions and contact info for student clubs/organizations, SGA news, and student blogs
- public and pre-public academic work:
examples include faculty or student research and writing
- an academic project or experiment:
examples include streaming content, faculty blogs, and wikis
- related to your faculty research but doesn't fall into any of the above categories: