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If your project requires a web site the two most common solutions for web publishing at UT are University Blog Service and UT Quicksites.

University Blog Service

Available to: Students, Faculty and Staff

Please note that this service is not approved for course-related activities and does not meet the FERPA requirements or hosting Confidential data. Faculty and students are strongly encouraged to utilize Canvas for fulfilling their classroom and instructional needs.


  • Customize the look of your blog with six available themes, including two UT-branded themes
  • Log in with your UT EID login information
  • Control the visibility of your blog
  • Track statistics, including how many people have visited your blog
  • A Web address in the domain (e.g., “”)


  • University Blog Service is available at no cost to current faculty, staff, and students.

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UT QuickSites

Available to: Faculty and Staff.

Requires an on-site project technical contact (liaison) for ITS. This contact is the person to which questions and issues will be raised about technical and functional requirements.


  • UT-branded, responsive design
  • UT EID login support for content editors
  • Site analytics using Google Tag Manager
  • Security updates and new releases managed by ITS Web and Contract Services Team
  • Approved for hosting Controlled data and Confidential (FERPA) data by the University Information Security Office


  • This service requires a contract with ITS and utilizes a tiered pricing system based on estimated monthly site traffic.

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