WordPress, an open source content management system. Originally built for blogging, WordPress has since evolved into one of the most popular content management systems (CMS) on the web.

WordPress is quick, flexible, and user-friendly. WordPress provides faculty with the opportunity to integrate customized websites into their courses in a range of ways that support teaching and learning. Possibilities include: faculty research pages, course blogs, individual student e-portfolios and reflective logs, collaborative student projects, and more.

Here are our WordPress instances at RRU:

  1. WebSpace - student WordPress sites (used in specific courses, the instructor will make the request to their liaison in CTET to have sites created).
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  2. MALAT WebSpace - students WordPress sites for MA in Learning and Technology students only.
    How to guides | Website | Log in

  3. MALAT Course Site - Website

  4. Commons - RRU project sites, COMM330 and MACAL Course Sites. Website

WebSpace is our main WordPress site for students so there are more how-to guides on it.

To learn more about WordPress, browse our how-to guides on WebSpace as it behaves similarly to our other WordPress instances.

For MALAT students, additional how-to guides can be found on the MALAT WebSpace pages.


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