Domain of One’s Own

Domain of One’s Own allows faculty to incorporate a digital space for coursework into their course, and gives students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to create a digital presence through various digital mediums such as blogs, archives, and wikis using apps like WordPress, Omeka, and Scalar.

Each user will have the opportunity to author and administer his or her own website, and have the option to take their websites with them after leaving Georgia State.

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Other Universities Using Domain of One’s Own
Georgia State isn’t the only school utilizing Domain of One’s Own. Other schools that have launched their own project include the University of Oklahoma, Emory, and the University of Mary Washington.