Students who wish to use Web projects developed, for example, in LIBR 240, 246, 280 or 287, as sources of evidence should contact Gina Lee after the first day of classes for a usr289 account for the SLIS Web server Senna. No instruction will be given. It is assumed that you can use SSH and SFTP. Once access is provided you will set up your own directories with appropriate permissions and SFTP your files. If you do not know how to do this, do not ask for a usr289 account. Your user account will be locked but not redeployed upon completion of LIBR 289. This means that you can view your files for up to six months. You will not, however, be able to add to the files or change them after completion of LIBR 289. Please request accounts after the first day of the semester.
Students who wish to upload multimedia files should upload the files not to D2L but to the separate SLIS Web server Amazon, and then create D2L e-Portfolio artifacts that link to the multimedia files on Amazon. Please contact Gina Lee after the first day of classes to request an account on the Amazon server in order to upload multimedia files. Gina will handle distribution of both the Amazon and the Senna accounts.