Create Your Faculty Website
Faculty who teach eLearning courses are required to a have an SCF Web page:
1. Get your web address and place a help request: firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. U se Website Template
3. Use eLearning Syllabus Template
4. Reference ADA Information (Disabled Users)
5. Compliance SACS Guidelines
Procedure for Assigning Web Pages to Instructors:
1) Instructor sends a help request for Web Development to email@example.com (please include your full name, department, and title).
2) Web Development creates a folder and account for the instructor on the web server (access information will be sent via email).
3) Web Development creates a template page for the instructor. When the instructor is ready, Web Development Team shows her/him how to access it via FTP (File Transfer Protocol).
4) Instructor adds content to the template and notifies Web Development when it is ready to be put online.
5) Web Development Team adds instructor's name to email list of Faculty on the web (Faculty receive information via email regarding website changes, updates, new policy, etc.).
1) Do NOT rename your directory on the web server. Faculty directories on the web server are labeled with your login name, first six letters of your last name plus the first letter of your first name.
2) You can (and should) create folders within your main folder to organize your website files.
3) Do NOT use long file names with spaces and special characters. The only special character that should be used is the underscore.
4) Save (Ctrl + S) often so that you don't lose your work.
5) If inserting multimedia files on a web page, make sure they are an appropriate web file format (JPEG or GIF for graphics; AVI or MPEG for sound; Quick Time or Flash for movies).
6) Template graphics are not visible when editing the web page. When you try to preview your page for the first time, ignore all the error messages referring to graphics and click OK.
Refer to SCF's procedure [2.60.01] "Computer Hardware, Software, Security, Access and Electronic Communications" for college policy on computing use