Communities and spaces where you can meet, share ideas, and manage projects with others.
A blog empowers you to publish your thoughts, notes, pictures, movies, and other content online quickly and easily, anywhere you have an Internet connection.
Video, Web, or audio conferencing tools can be used for activities such as staff meetings, distance learning, teaching, advising, tutoring, telecommuting, cross-cultural experiences, job interviews, and language learning.
This is a group of students, faculty, and alumni of Penn State who in some way use Linux or other *NIX variants.
A place for anyone involved in using or supporting Adobe Connect to meet and share ideas, information, and materials.
This community is used for communication and collaboration among Penn State's IT professionals.
An opportunity for Penn State's IT professionals to share ideas and solutions.
This service provides secure instant messaging capability for Penn State students, faculty, and staff.
This service allows Penn State faculty and staff to create and edit their own wiki sites that they can share with peers.
This group's focus is on User Interface Development, installation and server-level issues, information architecture, Usability Testing and other intermediate/advanced topics.
A collection of communities related to teaching and learning.
The University community is invited to discuss technology training and learn more about technology training opportunities.
Support for virtual meetings between individuals or groups.
A monthly meeting for Penn State Web developers to learn about current topics, trends, or services offered in support of University Web sites.
PSUWeb is the community of Penn State people whose work touches the Web: content writers and editors, media creators, designers, developers, analysts, marketers, technologists, and webmasters.