eCommons is available.
August 14 2:20pm - Faculty, Staff and Students
eCommons service is restored. Please notify the FITC of any additional issues at firstname.lastname@example.org.
August 13 11:28am - Faculty, Staff and Students
eCommons remains offline. We do not yet have an estimated time for eCommons to be returned to service.
August 13 9:22am - Faculty, Staff and Students
eCommons remains offline. We will continue to provide updates as they are available.
Previous outages can be found at this outage page.
eCommons is a collaborative learning environment (CLE) that consists of a suite of integrated web tools that can be used to support a class or project. [LOGIN] It is based on an open source application, Sakai CLE. eCommons allows faculty and staff to create websites for courses, projects and collaboration. Within those sites, they choose from the many tools that meet their needs for managing their activities and participants.
Tips for Students
- If you don't see your course in the Quick Links try clicking on My Sites to show all sites in which you are a member. If you are just now adding classes, it can take 24 hours for the data to update from myucsc.edu to eCommons. We run updates Monday-Saturday in the early morning.
- Concurrent students (registered through University Extension) need to have a CruzID to be added to any course site. As soon as you received enrollment approval from your instructor submit an ITRequest ticket to finish the course enrollment process. Include your course number, instructor name and contact information including your existing CruzID (email@example.com) address if you had one previously.
Tips for Instructors
See our How to create a site tutorial.
- Faculty Instructional Technology Center
- Electronic Accessibility
- Learning Technologies
- Distance Education
- UCSC Online Education
- How to use CruzID account and Gold password to access eCommons
This application is governed by The Regents of the University of California. Use of this application's services subjects you to applicable law and university policies, procedures, and collective bargaining agreements, including, but not limited to UCSC's Acceptable Use Policy and the Access to Information Statement. Misuse may result in the loss of access privileges and/or administrative discipline under applicable UC policies and collective bargaining agreements, and/or criminal prosecution under applicable statutes. Please contact the ITS Support Center with any questions prior to signing in. For information on privacy of student records, see UCSC Policy on Privacy of Student Records. [Admin]