CampusPress provides two, different academic WordPress networks to Baylor University: Sites (sites.baylor.edu) and Blogs (blogs.baylor.edu). WordPress is a sophisticated yet simple-to-use content management system (CMS) capable of providing simple personal pages for faculty to very elaborate, academically oriented project sites.
Faculty and staff can visit sites.baylor.edu and log in with their Bear ID, password, and Duo two-factor authentication. On log in, a user account and personal site is automatically created. The site name will reflect the Bear ID (i.e., sites.baylor.edu/Bear_ID). To create a custom site name and/or enable others to access the site, please contact HelpDesk+
Students, faculty, and staff can visit blogs.baylor.edu and log in with their Bear ID, password, and Duo two-factor authentication. On log in, a user account and Blogs site is automatically created. For more detailed information about Baylor's Blogs platform, please visit the Site Registration Instructions page.
While the underlying architecture of both of these systems is WordPress, the functionality of CampusPress' networks are highly customized to suit the needs of colleges and universities. For support as you begin to develop a Site or Blog, visit the CampusPress End User Support platform.
We have also created video tutorials that will help with the basics of setting up and creating Sites or Blogs.