As of August 18, 2014, blogs.psu.edu will be shut down. All blogs and sites remaining on this service will no longer be available for viewing, editing, or commenting. Please use Sites at Penn State, the official replacement. Read the full announcement for more detail.

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Sites at Penn State Replacing Blogs at Penn State

Sites at Penn State is replacing blogs.psu.edu as the University's service for blogging and websites. It is available now for you to create your site

Blogs at Penn State (blogs.psu.edu) will be shut down over the next few months. Here is the timeline for this shutdown:

  • May 12, 2014: No new blogs or sites may be created at blogs.psu.edu on or after this date. Previously created content will still be available for viewing, editing, and commenting until August 18, 2014. 
  • August 18, 2014: Blogs.psu.edu will be shut down. All blogs and sites remaining on this service will no longer be available for viewing, editing, or commenting. 

I currently have a blog at blogs.psu.edu. Can I move it to Sites at Penn State?

Yes, it's a simple process! Use this step-by-step guide to migrate your content.

Can I still create a blog at blogs.psu.edu?

You will be able to create a new blog at blogs.psu.edu until May 12, 2014. However, we encourage you to use Sites at Penn State instead so that your blog has a permanent home.

What if I don't move my blog from blogs.psu.edu? Will I eventually lose all my content?

Once blogs.psu.edu is shut down, your content will still remain in your PASS space. However, it will not appear as a blog on blogs.psu.edu.

What if I have more questions or need help?

Feel free to contact us with your questions or concerns about this change.

Terms

  • By creating a weblog, you agree that you are solely responsible for the content you create. Neither the content of your weblog, nor the links to other web sites, are screened, approved, reviewed or endorsed by the Pennsylvania State University. The text and other material on your weblogs are the opinion of the specific author and are not statements of advice, opinion, or information of the Pennsylvania State University.