Since 1998, the Hawaii Community College website has served dual purposes as a public website servicing students and the community, and as an internal site with data related to faculty and staff needs.
With the launch of our website redesign in 2011 — and as we continued to complete web development projects — the need for a private site was essential for future projects and to simplify the storage, sorting, and retrieval of confidential documentation.
Over the summer, we began research and construction of a secure, private website (intranet) for the college. Right now the intranet project is still in beta (testing) status and can be accessed at https://intranet.hawaii.hawaii.edu
Access to the intranet is available to Hawaii.edu users that are affiliated with our campus.
Once logged in, users will have access to the first set of available modules:
- Group Pages – Simple informational pages for units, departments, committees, etc that are managed by a designated group admin.
- User Directory – A complete A to Z faculty and staff listing that is entirely managed by each user.
- File Depot – A file management system that will simplify access to college documentation and will allow designated users to upload and edit files and folders.
- Event Calendar, Notices, and Discussion Forum.
As stated earlier, the intranet project is still in beta status with a few key modules deployed. As we progress and add more content and user traffic increases, a needs assessment will be done to determine necessary upgrades to improve the intranet’s performance and features.
If you would like to find out more information as to how you’re unit, department, or committee could benefit from the intranet, please contact: email@example.com