Guidance for common web-related use cases

The following guidance suggests services that are likely to be helpful for the scenario described. It is recommended that you consult your local IT support to see what assistance is available to you locally and ensure that any services that IT Services may provide are appropriate within the context of your local IT environment. For a list of services, please see web services at IT Services.

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Oxford Mosaic is a centrally maintained and supported web platform, if you’re considering a website refresh, we recommend you consider using Oxford Mosaic.

The most obvious way to promote your work is to have a website and tell people about it.  Oxford Mosaic is a cost-effective and sustainable web publishing solution available to all University members.

Canvas is the University’s virtual learning environment (VLE) for teaching and learning and is run and supported by the Centre for Teaching and Learning.

IT Services offers a web publishing service which offers basic web publishing facilities to University members for free.  See the general guide to personal and societies webspace at Oxford.

The IT Services Podcasting and Media Publishing service enables members of the University to make their audio and video content available to the world. The podcasting team has produced a guide on Publishing podcasts using MediaPub.

Oxford Mosaic provides an easy-to-use interface for publishing attractive, responsive websites.

Oxford Mosaic allows site owners to delegate editing and authoring to both Oxford and non-Oxford users.

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Local IT support provides your first line of on-the-spot help



Common requests and fault reports can be logged using self-service





The Central IT Service Desk is available 24x7 on +44 1865 6 12345

If you do not have access to your Single Sign-On, you can use this form to contact the Service Desk