What type of site do you need?
The type of Web site determines the resources you may need to complete it. Will the site be used to augment a course? Will the content represent department, a unit, or a program? Will the content change often? Is it for personal use only? Will it be part of your class work as a student? Will it be used to promote a new product of the University?
The following descriptions are based on University functions rather than technical capabilities. If you need more assistance on defining the purpose of your site, please see the Conceptualization section on Purpose.
These sites are used in support of academic and administrative functions of the University. They are recognized as "official Web sites" of the University. As such, they must adhere tospecific policy, minimum page element, and other style requirements.
You're a professor and you want to assemble course materials specifically to support, augment, or be a completely online Cal Poly course.
Web applications and "dynamic" Web content, particularly that which functions in response to a users' identity or role, are best suited for development within the My Cal Poly Web infrastructure...
Setting up a Web site for club or teams are officially recognized by the University and chartered through ASI .
Setting up a Web site for Grants or Contracts (including research support and externally funded grants) that are associated with University departments.
Setting up a Web site for Cal Poly Enterprise Projects.
Setting up a Web site as part of a Cal Poly class or a senior project.
Setting Up Web Site in support of a Cal Poly Committee.
Setting Up a personal Web site at Cal Poly.
Setting Up a Web site that is considered a one-time special project being conducted through the University. Examples of special projects might include: TII (Telecommunication Infrastructure Initiative), and WASC.
ASI, Cal Poly Corporation, Cal Poly Housing Corporation.
Setting up a Web site to market / sell a Cal Poly produced product.