Using OpenScholar to Build a Personal Website

Instructor

Angel Brady is the Academic Systems Training and Support Specialist in OIT.  In her current role, she provides training and support for Blackboard, OpenScholar, WASS, and WASE.  She has over 11 years of experience in Learning Management Systems and educational technology.  She holds a Master of Science degree in Biomedical Visualization from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Time/Place
5/10/2017 from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM ~ WWS 015
Description

This workshop provides an introduction to OpenScholar, a website building and content management tool for hosting professional profiles. The workshop will go over the basics of creating a website, adding content, and creating an appealing site layout.  Attendees are encouraged to bring content such as a CV and images, so that they are ready to upload content to their website.  A valid Princeton University netID is needed to log in to OpenScholar.

Audience

Graduate students, post-docs, faculty and staff.  

Format

Hands-on.  

Requirements

Attendees should bring a laptop.  A valid Princeton University netID is needed to log in to OpenScholar.

Downloads
Tutorial (website)