We recently conducted a focus group with school administrators, department chairs, and IT staff to learn more about their pain points regarding website platforms and hear what drives IT platform level change at Colleges and Universities.
OpenScholar improves your online branding by creating website themes that can be used on all of your OpenScholar websites.
What is a website theme?
A website theme controls the look your website independent of content. A theme includes font types and sizes, colors and accents that affect the aesthetics of your site. Themes provide consistency and support wayfinding and user experience.
We have a variety of available themes that can be customized to fit your school’s colors and logo to provide a consistent visual...
OpenScholar is a world-class web platform for higher education that can dramatically reduce your IT spending year-over-year.
When OpenScholar was developed and then fully adopted as the go-to web platform at Harvard University the intention wasn't to save the university $100M in web spend, but that's exactly what it did.1
How do we save YOU money?
1. OpenScholar is a complete academic platform By using an academic feature focused platform in a department or across the entire campus, there is a limited need for one-off, custom and expensive website development projects. Save your IT staff from spending their time supporting, managing and maintaining those projects as well. Additionally, OpenScholar continues to improve and grow with our clients. These upgrades are automatically available to you at no additional charge.... Read more about How We Lower IT Costs
OpenScholar is more than an average content management system. OpenScholar provides 4 core functions for university websites all on one unified platform:
Faculty Profiles The OpenScholar platform promotes the web presence of faculty, department and schools. With a powerful search tool, we make it easy for site visitors to search (and find!) faculty expertise or research keywords. Our websites have the capability to be nested in a Parent-Child relationship allowing information to be pulled up to the department or school level from faculty sites. Site...