Top Five Web Problems and Solutions

1. I would like to update, add, or change information on the USC Price Website.
Solution: Please send an email to: sppdweb@usc.edu, or fill out the online Web Service Request Form. Requests are reviewed daily, and most requests are accomplished within five days.

2. I would like to establish a web page for my course where I can distribute documents, assignments, and other materials.
Solution: To request a course web page, please send an email to: sppdweb@usc.edu.
Please include in this email the following information:

Course Number:
Course Title:
Instructor Name:
Instructor Email Address:
Instructor Phone Number:
Brief Abstract/Intro to Course (under 100 words):
Date/Times:

And attach any files you would like to be linked from the course Web page.

3. I would like to establish my own personal website.
Solution: USC provides each student and faculty member the ability to create their own website using an RCF or SCF account. ITS provides detailed information about how to configure your account for this purpose:

https://www.usc.edu/uscweb/authoring/ppages.html

4. I am a sponsor or a student officer of a recognized student organization and I would like for the organization to establish a website.
Solution: Student organizations can request a computer account for creating Web pages and organizational email. Account requests are handled through the Student Activities Office. You can find an online application and additional information at:

https://www.usc.edu/uscweb/authoring/student.html

5. I have heard about the new CourseInfo Blackboard course. How can I setup my course?
Solution: You can view several sample existing courses at the USC CourseInfo Blackboard site To setup your own course please send an email to: sppdweb@usc.edu, or fill out the online Web Service Request Form. Please be sure to include the following information in your request:

Course Number:
Course Title:
Instructor Name:
Instructor Email Address:
Instructor ID# or SSN:
Instructor Phone Number:
Brief Abstract/Intro to Course (under 100 words):