Web Support

  • Web Management and Support

    Web Management and Support

    Overview

    Designs, architects, and implements websites and applications to support College of ACES departments and administrative units.

    Availability

    New projects are based on a rolling schedule for departmental and administrative units, which include redesigns and feature enhancements to existing websites and services. New projects are not currently being accepted at this time

    Features

    • Drupal website development
    • Website design
    • Event registration
    • E-commerce and online giving forms

    Cost

    Web development and web design is exclusive to departments and administrative units of the College of

    ACES. Web services are offered at no charge to those groups.

    Documentation

    No documentation

    Request Help

    To inquire about services or request changes to existing websites, contact: web@aces.illinois.edu

     

  • Web Hosting

    ITCS operates a web site hosting service using ITCS-supported web servers to support the mission of the College of ACES at the University of Illinois.

    These services are primarily intended for use by departments, units and affiliates of the College of ACES at the University of Illinois, in support the college’s mission. However, these services are also made available to other departments, units and affiliates of the University of Illinois on a cost-recovery basis, in an effort to maximize efficiencies and reduce duplication of services.

    The Web Hosting Service platform consists of a set of highly-available front-end servers connected to separate, highly-available back-end services (databases, shared file-systems, etc.). The separation of front-end servers is intended to provide a layer of security/insulation of back-end resources from the general internet environment.

    If you are interested in further information regarding web hosting services from the College of ACES, please contact Don Meyer, dlmeyer@illinois.edu.

  • Video Streaming

    Some ATS departments support Open Broadcaster for lecture capture and Kaltura MediaSpace for video content hosting.

    For live-streaming of video (e.g. Town Halls, candidate presentations, graduation ceremonies, etc.) we generally recommend using CITL's video services team. Visit their website for more info.