iSpace Documentation

About iSpace

iSpace is a resource for file storage and webspace for students, faculty, and staff of the College of Communication and Information. iSpace users can publish websites, coursework, class projects, resumes, portfolios, and research, as well as store documents and research papers. To see information about the server environment, please visit

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iSpace User Policies and Procedures

iSpace is intended for students to complete and store coursework, participate in research and activities related to the College of Communication and Information, and build a working portfolio. Any other use of iSpace must be explicitly approved by the Dean. No illegal content is allowed, including copyrighted material, x-rated content, sensitive data about yourself or others, and commercial transactions or advertising. Any content not permitted or that generate excessive bandwith are subject to immediate removal without notice. iSpace and its users are required to follow University policies regarding appropriate use of IT resources, OP-H-6. As an iSpace user, you agree to only manipulate data in your home directory, not alter the server in any way to include the installation of software, access the server through approved protocols, and not post content that compromises the integrity of the server and its services offered. Failure to abide by these policies will cause your access to be revoked, content removed, and subject to the consequences as described in the FSU policy for use of IT resources.

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