Digital Presence & Technology

Student groups can make use of CIS, University Communications and Multimedia Labs services to enhance online communication.


Membership Listservs

Offers a variety of options to communicate within an organization or group.

Submit a CIS New Listserv Request form here.

Please direct all Listserv related questions to [email protected].


Multimedia Lab Resources

Want to make a promo video for your student group? A professional, large-scale poster? A 3D-printed model of a project? A podcast? The Creative Technology Assistants at the Multimedia Labs on campus have you covered. From support for creating video and audio projects to trainings to get you started with 3D and large format printing, the Multimedia Labs on campus provide the Brown community with inclusive, adaptive, and experimental spaces across campus that are equipped with the technological and innovative support needed to inspire creative digital production and facilitate the vision of our community. 

To gain access to these resources or to learn more about how the Multimedia Labs can help your student group create digital projects, please visit brown.edu/go/mmlorientation or schedule a one-on-one training at blogs.brown.edu/multimedialabs/cta/.


Student Group Shared Gmail Addresses

A centralized and delegated account for student organizations to send and receive e-mail from (e.g. the Undergraduate Finance Board receives e-mail address at [email protected]).

Submit an IT Service Center Help Ticket here to request a new shared Gmail address or request access to an existing address.

  1. Select "Submit an ACCOUNT or ACCESS request (please select sub-category below)."
  2. Select "ACCOUNT/ACCESS Assistance (for all applications other than those below."
  3. List [email protected] in the space provided for Supervisor's Email Address.
  4. Include the names and @brown.edu addresses of individual members that will need access, in the additional details box at the end of the form

Websites

According to University Communications, students are encouraged to use third-party services such as SquareSpace, Wix or WordPress.com for building and hosting websites.

BrownSites


BrownSites is the University's Drupal-based web content management system (CMS), now reserved for school, department, program, office, institute and center websites only.

If your group has an existing BrownSite and needs access, e-mail [email protected].


Last Updated 4/11/2019