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Dartmouth’s WordPress platform designed specifically for teaching, learning, and research.


Journeys is designed to put your learning and academic work first.

Build a site around your exact need in your class, assignment, or research project.


Curate all of your learning and research artifacts in a reflective showcase. Share your academic development with others.


Reflect privately, or with a select audience, in your own digital journal.


Share your thoughts and experiences with the world. Create an individual or class blog site.


Publish your academic project for teaching and research with the world.

What’s new?

Here are some of the changes we’ve made to the platform:

  • We’ve added starter templates for Class Blogs and Student Journals in the site request form. Each includes visual and privacy options that meets the needs for most of those sites.
  • We’ve added several themes to the site customization options.
  • Check out the new training materials provided below.


Find the answers to commonly asked questions about the platform.

Help with DartWrite

Are you a student or faculty member using Journeys for portfolios in the DartWrite Program? Refer to the Institute’s support and resources.

How do I disable/enable commenting?

By default, commenting is turned off on all Dartmouth Journeys sites. Users can learn more about change these elections in EduBlog’s Commenting guide.

How do I change my site visibility settings?

Users can manage their site visibility settings under their site’s Reading settings.

How do I change my display name?

Users may change their display name via the user Profile settings on the upper right.

How do I add users?

Site admins can add users either using a join code (easiest for multiple users) or individually using the Add User feature.

How does Journeys compare to other WordPress instances?

Journeys is similar to other WordPress instances. Journeys has a specific set of network settings, security features, plug-ins, and themes, made available specifically for our Dartmouth community. Our WordPress instance is also free to users and free of advertisements.

CampusPress User Guide

Learning more about WordPress by CampusPress in their Edublogs user guide.

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