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Web and Content Management

Ryerson University offers a variety of web and content management software to enhance, promote and develop your academic needs. Please choose from the collection of services that fits your requirements.

Ryerson manages and supports a fully-featured commercial digital signage solution running content to over 80 screens around the campus. Content ranges from general campus events, workshops, key dates, and services, to localized custom needs.

For more information, visit our Ryerson digital signage website.

Blogs at Ryerson are offered by Digital Media Projects group of CCS. Please visit:

Ryerson Media Platform Services offered by Ryecast, include VideoconferencingWeb ConferencingWeb Streaming and Content Hosting.

There are several ways to host a website at Ryerson. Students may enable an account on the student web server. Faculty and staff may enable a web account on a separate server. For more information please visit Hosting a Website at Ryerson CCS page.

A domain name is a unique name that identifies an Internet resource such as a website. Domain names are defined through the Internet Domain Name System (DNS), the international system for naming network resources, and are registered in DNS. A domain name consists of a series of alphanumeric words separated by periods; for example, is a domain name.

For more information about Ryerson domain names, please visit "Internet Domain Name Procedure policy"