New York Institute Personal Web Pages is an intellectual and creative environment that provides faculty and staff of New York Tech, space to represent professional and research interests. It is not meant to take the place of official university faculty profiles, but to serve as an enhancement where individuals would like to publish information and further highlight their work.

The platform is maintained by the New York Tech’s Academic Technology Services team. Support for the service is available during regular business hours. ITS/ATS does not own or maintain content in any of the individual personal pages web sites. ATS will create space and assign publishing rights to the space at the request of currently employed faculty and staff. All sites will have a minimum of one page and will be assigned to “owner/administrator”, listed in the form below.

All sites and authors must abide by all relevant local, state, and federal laws, in addition to copyright and intellectual property laws and the University’s Copyright, Information Security, and Code of Responsible Technology Usage Policies.

New York Institute Personal Web Page sites is 500 MB. Appeals for additional space may be made by submitting an ITS Helpdesk request with rationale. The requests will be considered balancing other users’ needs (the publishing environment is a shared resource for the community) and other publishing options for the content.

Site owners/administrators are responsible for making any permanent archive or copy of their site(s). ITS/ATS does not provide site backup or file restoration services for the Personal Publishing environment.

ITS may remove a Personal Publishing site and all associated materials from the publishing environment:

  • at a site owner/administrator’s request;
  • upon departure or graduation of a site’sowner/administrator from the University (unless an alternate site owner has been designated)
  • if a site is abandoned for more than 2 years;
  • in the case of sites associated with specific courses 1 month following the course concludes (unless specific alternate arrangements have been made);
  • if a site is determined to be in violation of local, state, or federal laws or the policies noted above.

Requests for enhancements to or comments about the publishing environment may be directed to the New York Tech Personal Publishing environment administrators by contacting the ITS Help Desk by calling 516.686.1188 or submitting a ticket at nyit.edu/ITSHelp.