University Relations understands the importance of having a professional web presence for our faculty, staff and students.
Information for full-time faculty is below.
Information for administrators, adjunct faculty, staff and students
Beginning in the fall of 2018, the Academic Technology Committee is providing two new opportunities for an online presence for that will provide faculty with professional websites to enhance the national visibility that UMass Lowell faculty deserve.
These solutions will provide faculty with easy-to-use tools to create dynamic, mobile-responsive and ADA-compliant pages. The the first solution, sites.uml.edu, is a WordPress environment hosted by CampusPress running the ‘Elementor’ page builder. This widget-based editor and template is expected to be the more desirable solution due to the ease of use, number of features, and lack of HTML coding. The second solution, a secure SFTP server, will allow faculty to easily migrate existing content from faculty.uml.edu to this new environment. This is designed for faculty interested in using standard HTML editing software, like Adobe Dreamweaver.
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Faculty.uml.edu is no longer accessible to faculty as of Oct. 15, 2018. Please make sure to move your data and information to one of these new platforms. Any content not migrated to a new environment by this date will not be available via a web browser; however, it will be archived. Additionally, WikiSpaces.uml.edu will be sunsetting on Jan. 31, 2019 (or earlier) as the vendor is not supporting the Educational market after that date. The vendor is not providing any options for archival; therefore, all sites will need to be migrated in 2018.
Please reach out to Michael Lucas, FMichael_lucas@uml.edu or 978-934-4681, or Donna Mellen, Donna_Mellen@uml.edu or 978-934-42925 for more information.
For your bio to feed to your uml.edu college/department/research center pages, a bio must be created in UMass Lowell's content management system, Tridion, by Web Communications staff. Information is pulled from Digital Measures.
Digital Measures by Watermark is a simple and effective way to store and export data on a faculty level and a departmental level. This program allows you to input and organize your information on teaching, service activities, research, grants etc. while also having the capability to download this data as a specific form, such as a 16A, CV or NSF Sketch. Learn how to create and maintain your Digital Measures Profile. Information from Digital Measures will be pulled into your uml.edu / college / department / research center website IF you have a bio. in UMass Lowell's content management system, Tridion. See "Faculty Websites" for more information.
Submit a Ticket for a uml.edu Bio.
Sign in and choose the Category - Web Content and Sub-category - Faculty Bio.
The UMass Lowell Blackboard Portal provides access and instructions for On-Campus and Online instruction. Blackboard Learn 9.1 is the official Learning Management System (LMS) for UMass Lowell. The LMS provides faculty with a robust platform for teaching web-enhanced, blended and fully online courses. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have questions or need assistance.
Find all the information you need on the IT website.