Google Sites

Google Sites
Google Sites can be accessed both on and off campus by staff and students. Google Sites allows you to quickly and easily create web pages to publish information either internally or publicly. Once you have created your Google Site it will automatically save into your Google Drive. You can easily embed other Google Apps into your Site such as; Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Calendar and more.

Please note: as of January 2019 you are now unable to create a Google Site in the Classic sites format, all Google Sites are now in the updated Sites format.


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How do I access Google Sites?

Staff and Students can access their Google Applications by logging into MUSE with their university credentials and accessing My Services then selecting any of the highlighted Google Apps, from here you can access all Google Applications by clicking on the 9 dotted square in the top right hand of the screen as pictured below.

MUSE Login
Please note: Your Google menu may look different to the screenshots below, you can rearrange your Google menu by dragging and dropping the applications if needed. Please also be aware that not all of the applications on this Google menu are available to all users.

Google Apps

Help and Support

For further help and support with using Google Sites you can access the Google Suite of help and support materials by clicking on the link below.
If your problem cannot be resolved by searching the Google Suite help pages listed below please do use the contact details listed below to contact the CiCS Helpdesk and they will direct your call to the appropriate team.

CiCS Help and Support

Google Sites Training Videos

Google Suite Help and Support

Converting your Classic Site into Google Sites

Google have updated their Google Sites interface from Classic Sites into the new Google Sites. If you have created any sites on Classic Sites you will need to convert the site into the new Google Sites application.
Below you will find a step-by-step guide on how to transfer your Classic Site into the new Google Sites application.

Please Note: Classic Sites will be phased out by Google within the next two years. Any information stored on Classic Sites after this time frame will be deleted and only the new Google Sites application will be available for users. We recommend converting your Classic Site into the new Google Sites application as soon as possible.