The Library provides web hosting options for Academic Affairs departments, faculty, and academic student organizations.
- For smaller, public-facing websites for your project, lab, portfolio, or group, the RohanCP web hosting platform offers simple website hosting or content management with WordPress. Request a RohanCP website.
- For digital exhibits of library, archival, and museum collections, the Library supports Omeka S, a powerful, easy-to-use platform. Omeka S can be used for a range of exhibits, including projects to support scholarly and creative activities, public humanities projects, and course-based exhibits. Learn more at the Digital Humanities Center. Learn more about Omeka S, managed by the Digital Humanities Center..
Website hosting is also available from the Information Technology Division using the Omni CMS content management system.
Web Hosting Guidelines
It is the responsibility of the website owner to ensure their website meets SDSU Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) requirements. The Library reserves the right to deactivate a website that does not meet SDSU accessibility standards. To assist website owners with checking the level of their website's accessibility, all Library hosted websites are automatically enrolled in the campus' SiteImprove accessibility scanning platform.
It is the responsibility of the website owner to follow CSU and SDSU Information Security Policies and Practices. The Library reserves the right to deactivate a website that does not meet CSU and SDSU Information Security standards. Library hosted websites must not collect or store credit card or any type of protected data. The Library does not assume responsibility for securing this information.
The campus VPN, or Virtual Private Network, must be used when off campus to update your website. Contact your department for info on installing and using the campus GlobalProtect VPN. The VPN extends the campus network to your computer, providing secure access to SDSU computer systems as if you where on campus.
SDSU websites should follow campus branding and logo usage. Please see the SDSU Brand Guidelines for details.