About

The Princeton University Blog Service supports blogs related to teaching, research, and communication outreach for University groups and programs. To request a blog, please review our Request a Blog page. For technical support, e-mail blogs@princeton.edu.

Sites can be created using a standard theme or a custom design. A few examples include:

Standard:
Academic Librarian
It's Academic

Custom:
EQN
The Future of Children

Check here for news updates about the Princeton University Blog Service and its server, as well as  tips, tricks, and tutorials. Please check this site or the Office of Information Technologies site for scheduled and emergency outage information.

The Princeton University Blog Service is managed by the Educational Technologies Center (ETC), part of OIT Academic Services at Princeton University. Academic Services reserves the right to limit this blog service to blog sites that are academic-related and/or related to the mission of Princeton University. We reserve the right to remove content that does not adhere to the Princeton University Information Technology Resources and Internet Access — Guidelines for Use.

Recent Entries

Expired guest accounts
[09 Aug 2011] A few dozen non-Princeton users are using the Guest Account Provisioning Service to access the blog admin interface.…
Syntax highlighting disabled
[16 Jun 2011] By default, Movable Type template editing screens load a JavaScript that dynamically adds line numbers and color-coding to the code…
RSS feeds and Roxen CMS
[21 Apr 2011] Some University organizations with sites in both Roxen CMS and blogs.princeton.edu have tried to use Roxen’s RSS component…
Brief outage 3/28, Mon. morning
[25 Mar 2011] There will be a brief emergency outage of the blogs.princeton.edu server on Monday, March 28. It will be…