Getting a web site - what is your objective?
You have the following options:
Trunk. Trunk is a versatile tool that can serve multiple audiences and purposes ranging from courses and student clubs, to grant-funded research projects, scholarly collaborations, dissertation and tenure review committees, and departmental meetings.
Department Web Site. Most Tufts departments have a web site that contains a faculty section with information about each faculty. Each department has its own means of updating their department site, and you will need to inquire within to find out who is maintaining that site. Many department sites are updated by TTS Web Services, but there is a contact person within your department who is responsible for sending us the edits. TTS currently provides extensive web services, such as web design, development, and maintenance, to the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering departments, centers, and institutes on the TTS web development server.
Wordpress, Wikis, Podcasts, and Video Hosting. If you have Tufts-related information that you would like to share online and it does not fit into any of the categories above, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your goals and options with an Educational Technology Specialist.
If you have any questions about the options above, please send an email to the TTS Hosting mailbox.