The University of Waterloo is using OpenScholar, an open source software solution built on Drupal, to provide dynamic and customizable personal websites for Waterloo faculty and researchers.
Owners of UWaterloo Scholar sites must:
Only use as a personal website with your full name as the site title.
Only post web content that complies with web accessibility at the University of Waterloo.
Ensure copyright and other legal compliance; ensure consistency with University policy and guidelines; comply with general best practices for web content.
Inform WCMS support if you are leaving the University of Waterloo or if the site is no longer required for any reason.
Personal websites for Waterloo faculty and researchers.
A secure, professional environment for the promotion of personal or academic work and achievements.
A robust Publications library, interactive blog, upcoming events, news, classes, and more.
Who can use this service
How to request this service
Faculty and researcher personal sites are offered on a self-serve basis and are built using the WatIAM userid of the faculty member or researcher. Visit UWaterloo Scholar to get started.
Review these resources before you get started:
Writing for the web tips
Waterloo writing style guide
Support for this service
The Web Resources site has documentation for UWaterloo Scholar users.
Resources may be located within the IST Knowledge Base or on a website outside of this Confluence space.
UWaterloo Scholar directory
Documentation for UWaterloo Scholar users
Web accessibility at the University of Waterloo
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