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  • About

    • Accounts set up in the course web hosting environment will not expire, however, users will be contacted annually and asked whether they wish to maintain their account. Student accounts will expire...
    • Eligibility for Academic Accounts Faculty members currently employed by Cornell University and academic staff supporting a course can obtain an account on the Academic Technologies web...
    • Policies Course accounts may be used only for course instruction or course work. Any content posted must be compliant with current Cornell policies and copyright laws. For...

    Create and Upload Files

    • Testing Websites for Academic Web Hosting Migration Cornell academic websites are being moved to a new hosting environment. This change is occurring to keep Cornell's websites secure...
    • Generally, students will create all the files for their projects on Macs or PC's and upload the files to a course web server to publish them on the web. Web pages may be created using any web...
    • FileZilla may be used for secure file transfer using SFTP or FTPS between Windows clients and Windows or Unix servers.
    • What is SFTP? CIT recommends using Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) to upload your content to your Academic Web Hosting website. SFTP is a tool for moving large files over the...

    Setup

    • To Request a Course Account: 1. Navigate to the Academic Technologies Request Form. 2. Complete the form and click Submit. 3. Please allow up to 48 hours for...
    • Academic Web Hosting uses Cornell's Server Farm Account Management (SFAM). Set or Update your SFAM Password IF you are connected to the internet from Outside the Campus Network,...