Students can use UMW’s Domain of One’s Own to build a website that can help them stand out in the job market after graduation. The UMW Digital Knowledge Center (DKC) is a key stakeholder in many digital projects and initiatives, including, but not limited to, the Domain of One’s Own project and the Domain Fellows program. Domain of One’s Own is a project at UMW that allows UMW students, faculty, and staff to register their own domain name and receive a hosted web space, free of charge for the duration of their time at UMW.
This webspace can be used for personal or class projects, and students can take their domain with them when they graduate.
About the DKC:
The Digital Knowledge Center provides UMW students with peer support on digital projects. DKC consultants can help you learn to build a website, edit a video, record a podcast, or design a graphic (and much more) via virtual or in-person consultations.