BOSTON, April 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- OpenScholar LLC, the creators of the OpenScholar website-building platform, is pleased to announce its continued expansion and partnership with three additional top tier higher education institutions.
OpenScholar was first developed, specifically for universities and organizations, at Harvard University in 2009 to provide a drag and drop DIY turnkey academic website solution. In 2017, the OpenScholar team lifted out of Harvard University and now offers the software platform coupled with services, which include hosting, training & support, to other institutions.... Read more about OpenScholar Newly Adopted at New Higher Ed Institutions
OpenScholar, an open source website-publishing system specifically for higher education, has publicly separated from Harvard University to become a private company. The website creation service is already used by more than 75 institutions, not counting the 9,000 sites within Harvard itself, where it was developed.
OpenScholar has enabled Harvard scholars, academic and administrative departments, centers, and projects to create and maintain high-quality websites without programming knowledge or the steep costs associated with outside web development firms.
After 8 years of development, founding team says Ivy League website building software can now empower every university's online brand.
OpenScholar, an open source, website-publishing solution for higher education, today announced it has lifted out of Harvard University and is now a private company, OpenScholar LLC http://theopenscholar.com/home.
In the past few years, more than 13,000 Harvard faculty, students, and staff, individually or in groups, have created more than 6,500 websites on Harvard’s OpenScholar platform, a free, open-source software project based on technology invented and developed at Harvard’s Institute for Quantitative Social Science (IQSS).