OpenScholar Replacing Static Faculty Webpages
OpenScholar is an open source application developed at Harvard which gives each faculty member complete control over their Purchase-affiliated academic online presence. It is a much better alternative to the existing static faculty webpages, which faculty currently have no control over. Using OpenScholar, you will be able to easily create and manage your dynamic professional website without the need for any special technical skills; it’s as easy to use as a word processing program. Faculty will no longer have to wait for updates to be made to their faculty webpage, as you will be given full control over your website.
You can watch a video about OpenScholar and its many features here: http://openscholar.harvard.edu/home.
Here are a few examples of Purchase faculty/staff OpenScholar sites:
- Keith Landa, Director of the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center
- Marie Sciangula, Assistant Director of the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center
- Frank Farrell, Professor of Philosophy
- Chrys Ingraham, Professor of Sociology
- George Kraemer, Professor of Environmental Studies and Biology
- Darcy Gervasio, Reference and Instruction Librarian
If you are interested in setting up a site on our OpenScholar system, please check out the OpenScholar Essentials: Getting Started guide. If you have questions, please send an email to TLTC@purchase.edu, and we will get you up and running. You can also sign up for an OpenScholar workshop.
Additional information regarding faculty web pages is available in the Faculty Handbook.