myUNH is used by eligible members of the University community to make campus-wide information, announcements, and resources easily accessible to the UNH community. This Standard explains the process, guidelines, and responsibilities for accessing and adding content to myUNH.
The myUNH Portal is a central location for all UNH faculty, staff, and students to gain access to campus-wide information, announcements, and resources. It provides links to applications, services, webpages, documents, and forms, as well as the ability to search and bookmark favorites. Students, prospective students, parents, faculty, staff, and alumni can all access myUNH, and it contains information relevant to the Durham, Law, Manchester, Online, and USNH communities.
UNH AT SaaS is responsible for the support and operation of myUNH. The software application supporting the portal is called OneCampus.
UNH staff and faculty with active user IDs and UNH email accounts who have primary responsibility to disseminate information for their school, department, office, or program may become a Publisher and create tasks, task centers, and announcements for myUNH. Request a Publisher account using the myUNH Portal web form.
Publishers can create, deactivate, and delete tasks, task centers, and announcements.
All tasks and task centers are created by Publishers and approved by SaaS.
Read myUNH Portal – Tasks and Task Centers for more information about using tasks and task centers.
Read myUNH Portal – Publisher Documentation for detailed guidelines on how to create tasks and task centers.
Publishers can also request:
Publishers can create reports about usage of their myUNH tasks and task centers.
For support for myUNH, please contact UNH AT SaaS.
You can sign up for or request myUNH training through Academic Technology Training at myUNH Publisher Training.
Tasks posted by Publishers should provide links to those resources that provide useful, relevant information to their audience.
Tasks and task centers on myUNH are publicly accessible, even if the web pages they link to are not. Anyone who posts a task or task center is responsible for the information posted in the task and must comply with all applicable policies and this Standard. Approval by SaaS does not remove this responsibility from the Publisher.
The Portal Governance Committee is responsible for decisions about implementation strategy, configuration, and system look and feel. The committee will approve all post-implementation workflows, be responsible for system approval escalations, and will be aligned with the Digital Communication Governance Team.
MyUNH does not archive tasks, task centers, or announcements. Publishers have the ability to deactivate, reactive, and delete their own content.
AT SaaS reserves the right to remove any content that it considers to violate this Standard any other UNH policies.
If inappropriate content is submitted, AT SaaS will contact the Publisher to discuss the issue. Unacceptable entries also may cause myUNH Publisher access to be suspended.
Reports regarding inappropriate content may be sent to AT SaaS.