MyWeb (Core Server)

Faculty can request Web space* to post university-related files, such as supplemental reading for a class.

Create New Academic Web Space

New academic Web space is created through the self-help interface.

Manage New and Existing Academic Web Space

Maintain a new or existing site in three ways.

Method 1. My Web interface

Log in to and choose the Manage Web Space link

Method 2. Mapped Drive

Access folders through a mapped network drive at
Your url will look like this in your web browser:
(myweb secure)
(core) name/filename
(core secure) name/filename

Method 3. File Transfer Protocol (FTP)

FTP server for myweb/core is Click here to download the Filezilla instructions.

*Retirees are allowed to continue any pre-retirement Web space active for scholarly purposes by submitting an IT service request within six months of retiring. Otherwise, Web folders and files are removed from the server by the usual schedule.


  • Site quotas become 500MB. Users whose folders exceed 500MB will be unable to make changes–including updates to current pages or uploading new content–until the folder size is under 500MB.
Check the size of your folder:
  1. From Site Applications, click Disk Space Usage to display your folder size.

     Disk Space

  2. Organize your Web folder to include Web information ONLY. It's best to move any files not related to your website.
  3. Website still over the limit? Submit an IT Help request for additional space. We are happy to allow more space to those whose Web presence requires more MB.
  4. Need network storage for non-Web files? See these ECU solutions:

Microsoft Expression Web

Free download available to faculty and staff

Microsoft Expression Web is a full-featured web authoring program available to ECU faculty and staff for installation on their campus computer through our campus agreement with Microsoft. To download this software, visit

Expression Web Tutorial

A simple tutorial is available to help you get started with this product.