The easy to use blogging and website creation platform at Seton Hall University is brought to you by the TLT Center and is managed by the Digital Media team. The system currently used by the university is powered by WordPress, the wildly popular and successful open-source publishing platform hosted here on-campus.
Dozens of groups and organizations and hundreds of individual users are already using the system to create their own blog or website. To learn more about the service and get started, go to http://blogs.shu.edu/
. There you can find documentation and request a blog.
Examples of blogs and sites:The Blue Orange
Office of Community Development, Seton Hall University’s Village Liaisons
While the content of the site belongs to the hard-working Village Liaisons students and their faculty mentor, the design is all Digital Media team. The structure, layout and logo were all created by the team based on discussion with our university partners.Churches of the Archdiocese of Newark
Msgr. Wister approached the Digital Media team with the needs to create a site that offers a detailed documentation of the Architecture and Art of the churches of the Archdiocese of Newark. Included for each church is a brief history, detailed images of the important features as well as a Google map showing the building’s location. The site utilizes several WordPress plug-ins to make the data entry simple and create the layout seamlessly.The Whitehead Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations
John C. Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations
This site is the home of the Journal, including current and archived issues, and also hosts the blog with outstanding writing by the students of the School of Diplomacy and International Relations. Intramurals
Rec Services needed a place to easily post and manage everything from schedules, to informational updates to rosters to photos and discovered that the blogs.shu.edu platform is able to handle all of their needs.