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Nofa Dixon

Nofa Dixon

Mary Treyz

Mary Treyz

Clarence Hines

Clarence Hines


UNF Faculty Domains is a project at the University of North Florida managed by the Center for Instruction and Research Technology (CIRT).

UNF Faculty Domains is a full featured web hosting solution that offers UNF faculty the opportunity to create an academic publishing space using modern applications such as WordPress, Omeka, and Scalar. It gives faculty the freedom to create, control, and own their digital space. Faculty Domains offers secure logins using UNF credentials, provides automated backups, and gives faculty full ownership of their data with complete portability (you CAN take it with you)!

This project is one of many “Domain of One’s Own” projects happening at institutions of higher learning across the country. As part of UNF’s version of Domain of One’s Own, UNF faculty receive their own subdomain (web space) to install the available applications, as well as easy to use management tools.

“deeply embedded in Domain of One’s Own, [is] that it is important to have one’s own space in order to develop one’s ideas and one’s craft.” – Audrey Watters

Find out how to Get Started, or read more about what is included by visiting the Domain of One’s Own page at our web hosting partner, Reclaim Hosting.

  • Get Started

    Choose your UNF Faculty Domain and then your window to your web identity will open.

  • Read the Documentation

    Here we give you to the help you need to set up your account, install applications, and become a web citizen.

  • Join a Community

    Talk with folks at other institutions who are doing similar “Domains” projects – Get ideas or seek out people who are working in similar areas.

Web Literacy

Master the tools and technology that make up the web to build your own space online.

Digital Identity

Explore the notion of digital identity and how publishing on the web can frame an identity.


Learn to take ownership and control over the content you put on the web instead of handing it to third-party publishers.