myPages is a free web site building tool available to UNH faculty, staff, and students. This Standard explains the process for accessing and using myPages.
myPages allows easy creation of appealing and functional websites to share research, scholarship, and other information with the UNH community and the public.
UNH Academic Technology (AT) is responsible for the maintenance and operation of myPages. The software application supporting the myPages is OpenScholar.
UNH students, faculty, and staff with active user IDs and UNH email accounts may create myPages web sites. Log in at myPages to begin setting up your sites.
myPages is offered as a self-service tool. For support for myPages, please contact WMD.
Training sessions on myPages are offered periodically and anyone working on a myPages site who has questions about how to use the tool or post a certain kind of content is welcome to attend the open walk-in training and help sessions that Academic Technology offers in support of Drupal and myPages web authors. For a schedule of the training sessions and walk-in times, see the Academic Technology training calendar.
Personal websites are created by members of the University community acting as individuals rather than as official representatives of the University of New Hampshire. As such, the myPages service is not to be used as the official website for any UNH college, school, institute, department, or administrative or service unit.
Authors of these pages are responsible for complying with all relevant laws, University policies, and this Standard.
MyPages websites are not archived. Individuals are responsible for backing up any website content that they post or remove.
If no edits have been made to a myPages website in a year, email notifications may be sent to the site owner. After notification, the owner will have 30 days to log into the site, or the site will be unpublished. Owners can log in and republish the site. If it is not republished, the site will be deleted after 1 year. Four notification emails will be sent out at 30 days, 2 weeks, 1 week, and 1 day prior to the site being unpublished.
In providing this service, the University does not preview, review or routinely monitor the contents of the personal pages of its faculty, students or staff. Concerns about materials on these pages should be addressed to the page owner. If that is insufficient to resolve the concerns, the reader should contact the UNH IT Service Desk. UNH reserves the right to remove any content that it considers to violate this Standard or any other UNH policies.