Mull-IT: A web hosting site for history teachers

Mull-IT is a web hosting site for history teachers. By giving teachers a common place to put their files, they can publish web pages without having to pay for web space, and share their work with their peers and students.

Mull-IT's name comes from a conjunction of "Mull" (i.e. to think) and "IT" (Information Technology, or, alternatively, to think about "IT"). Any resemblance of the name to a hair style is purely coincidental, and says nothing about our sense of humor.

The "Sample Museum" template is available for teachers who are interested in creating a virtual reality museum as their website. Directions on how to do this are included in the Work Binder under "Creating a Virtual Museum".

In order to upload files to Mull-IT, you must get a username and password from your project director.
Sample Museum
"Mini-Museum Template
(Click here to download)

If you wish to upload a museum to the server, get a username and password from
your project director, and then go to "My Computer" on your desktop. Copy the following hyperllink: here (you can copy a hyperlink by right-clicking on it and hitting "copy") and then go into the address bar on your My Computer window and paste it in. That window then connects to the Mull-IT file server, but works just like a folder on your local machine. You can drag your folder for your web page into it, and then it should automatically appear on the Mull-IT site!

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