Welcome to Seton Hall University’s WordPress blog service. The purpose of this site, besides being the home of the service, is to provide users with news, updates, tips for use and tutorials.

This blog service is hosted as a free service by the Teaching, Learning and Technology Center, part of the Department of Information Technology and located in Walsh Library. The TLT Center reserves the right to limit this blog service to blogs that are academically related and/or related to the mission of Seton Hall University. Please see our terms of use policy below if you have questions.

How do I get a Blog?

The Blogs by TLT Center service is open to Seton Hall University students, faculty, and staff. We support academically related blogs for departments, administrative organizations, faculty projects, collaborations, groups, publications, classes, etc.

To request a WordPress blog, supply the following information:

  1. The name of the blog – you can change this later
  2. The names and shortnames of those who will have full administrative access to the blog
  3. The names and shortnames of those who will only have authoring/editing privileges for blog entries
  4. A general description of what you will be doing

on our Request a Blog form.

Terms of Use

By requesting a blog from the TLT Center at Seton Hall University, you agree to adhere to all Policies and Procedures laid out by the Department of Information Technology.

There is no built-in copyright protection to these blogs. If you wish, you can easily add in a Creative Commons license, that will allow others to copy and distribute your material as long as they credit your authorship. If you require more restrictive licensing, there are paths for protection, but they are not as easy to implement. Please contact the TLT Center if you need advice or help with implementation.

By using the “Blogs by TLT Center” service, you grant Seton Hall University full license to do with your content as it will. Seton Hall University assumes rights including, but not limited to, copy, edit, distribute, transmit, and reproduce your content in any way it chooses. When exercising these rights, Seton Hall University will make a best effort to credit your authorship. Furthermore, you release Seton Hall University from any and all liability in connection with the use of your content.

You understand that this service is provided to you on an AS IS and AS AVAILABLE basis and you take responsibility for your use of the service, for any posts you make, and for any consequences thereof. We expect that you will use common sense and exercise proper judgment when using Blogs by TLT Center.

Thank you and please blog carefully.