Ruthie


Ruthie is a first-year education major who has created a blog on her domain for keeping in touch with friends and family back home,  chronicling her experiences as a Full Spectrum Learning Research Fellow, and for some course work in Educational Psychology. Ruthie has created different categories on her blog for sorting these different experiences.

You can visit her site at http://ruthie.knight.domains/ 

Here you can see screenshots, learn about some of the technical details of her site and read about Ruthie’s site in her own words.


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“I really have been enjoying my domain! I designed my blog to be multifaceted. One of my blogs is to update my family on how college is going for me. And the other two categories are for academic purposes. I like how my domain serves as a reflection for school and my social life. I like having my own space in which I can show what I’ve learned!”

Ruthie Tucker

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Cassie


Cassie has a main domain for blogging about her college experience and a subdomain specifically for reflections on her work with Full Spectrum Learning. 

You can visit her main domain and her subdomain. Also, her work encompases designing and maintaining the Full Spectrum Learning site.


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Cassie talks about her domain:

“My domain provides me a space to truly show my creativity in a place that is my own. Having my own domain gives me many options. Right now, my main site is a personal blog that helps me connect to friends and family back home and lets them know how I am doing. I also have a sub-domain with a blog about my work with the Full Spectrum Learning initiative. I am a freshman with a major in Computer Science and an emphasis in Graphic Design, along with minors in Media Studies and Mathematics. With my major, I would like to have a career in website design, so having my own domain in college can really help me while looking for a career. The other great thing about having your own domain is it widens the opportunities available. I have had experience in Adobe Dreamweaver in the past, but now am learning in WordPress, and can try many different options. In the future, I would like to expand my website into a professional portfolio for potential employers to look at.”

Cassie Nooyen

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Tran


Tran Cao graduated from SNC at the end of 2017 but she was part of our pilot project through her work from our TechBar. Tran’s site shows the best of a portfolio site that also has a blog componente. 
You can visit Tran’s live site in another window
On this page you can learn about the technical details of her site, see screenshots of the site.


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Tran says about her domain:

“My domain showcases who I am. It is also a great tool to explore and create my digital identity while giving me a chance to record my changes and what I’ve achieved as I grow.”

Tran Cao

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Nicki


Nicki Sylvain is a senior art student who has been building a portfolio on her domain since we have been piloting the idea of Domain of One’s Own. 
You can visit Nicki’s live site in another window
On this page you can learn about the technical details of her site, see screenshots of the site, and hear from Nicki about why her domain is important to her as she is preparing to graduate.


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Nicki says about her domain:

With my own domain, it is a way for me to have my own platform to show off my work to many different people.  My website is a way for potential employers to see my work and get a better feel for my personality and style. By having a website I have the freedom to show my work and make it my own special place on the internet.

Nicki Sylvain

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Art Department


Knight Domains’ is not just for individuals. On some occasions a department or project may need its own domain.  Here we have an example from the Art Department. Art is requiring a domain for all of their majors so that they can set up a public portfolio of their work. 
You can visit Art’s live site in another window.
If you are part of a department, social group, or other collective and would like a domain for your group or project contact us for more information.


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About art.knight.domains

The Domains for Art Students program was established with the following objectives: 

–Student will gain agency and skill in learning how to create and manage their domains
–Students will begin to consider their digital identities in terms of their work as artists
–Students will use their domain to present requirements for sophomore review
–Students will use their domain to present proposal for Senior Art Exhibition

Art.Knight.Domains was created to model the process of working in the open. As it develops, we plan to post student work and hope it becomes a space where both current and prospective students can see what SNC Art students are making. In practical terms, it makes sense to share information with students on the platform we are asking them to use and provides an easy way to link to the support resources for domain development offered by the college.

Shan Bryan-Hanson

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Natasha


Natasha Igl’s example of a Knight Domain is a great illustration of a portfolio hub. Natasha has been working on the web for some time while she has been at St. Norbert. Though not always on her own domain she has set up several other blogs and portfolio’s. This site gathers all of those sites together into one place to showcase her many sites.
You can visit Natasha’s live site in another window
On this page you can learn about the technical details of her site, see screenshots of the site, and hear from Natasha about her experience with blogging and owning her own domain.


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Natasha’s Domain in Her Own Words

“I am a senior gearing up to graduate in Fall of 2018.  I am a busy bee who likes to knit, read, and write–shocking for an English major.  The purpose of my site is to show off my personality and provide my resume to potential employers.  Inside the site, I include links to other websites and portfolios I created for classes to better show what I am capable of.  As I wind down my last few weeks at St. Norbert, I blog about my senior year experiences or “last minute musings”. Though it is only a senior year blog so far, I will adapt my blog to life after graduation as well.”

Natasha Igl

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Ingrid


This example comes from Ingrid Timm who is using a blog to chronicle her experiences at St. Norbert College including her travels abroad and her work at the Tech Bar. 
You can visit Ingrid’s live site in another window.
Here, you can see screenshots from the site, learn about all the technical details of the site, and hear from Ingrid about her domain in her own words.

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A note from Ingrid about her site

“I enjoy having a domain because it gives me a platform that I control. Social media provides a platform, but you have to do things on their terms. With my own domain I can have pages, blog posts, favorite pictures, even my resume all in one place! It allows me to truly control what I want my audience to see and know about me. I love having a domain!”

Ingrid Timm

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Erica


This example of a Knight Domains project is from Erica Kalberer. Erica is blogging about her college experience at St. Norbert including her work at the Tech Bar.
You can visit Erica’s live site in another window
On this page you can learn about the technical details of her site, see screenshots of the site, and hear from Erica about her experience with blogging and owning her own domain.


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Erica’s Domain in Her Own Words

“I enjoy having a domain because it allows me to be creative and experimental with my writing. Since it is my domain, I am able to put anything I want on it. I enjoy adding pictures and gifs to go along with my posts. It also allows me to practice writing in different ways whether that is writing a persuasive post or an informational post. Having a domain has been great for me and my writing!”

Erica Kalberer

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Annicka


This  Knight Domains example is from Annicka Rabida. Annicka is creating a portfolio to highlight her skills as a producer of different kinds of media. 
You can visit Annicka’s live site in another window
On this page you can learn about the technical details of her site, see screenshots of the site, and hear from Annicka about her experience with blogging and owning her own domain.


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Annicka’s Domain in Her Own Words

“I created this site to be a portfolio of my business, Annicka Rabida Media Productions. Here, I share my artwork on the web as advertising for my business of taking senior pictures while also showcasing my other art abilities.  I am a computer science and art major for graphic design as well as a music minor for vocals, and I’m planning to graduate in Spring of 2021.”

Annicka Rabida 

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