Updates for People Pages

 

Recap Information of recent updates to SENR people profile pages for MMM

We now have the ability to link/retrieve KMDATA (information from RiV) to auto-populate faculty and staff pages. When looking at an individual’s page there is now a tab at the top of the page called ‘Profile’. This page contains the information as you have submitted and we have formatted. We now have the option to go in, add your user name and select the KMdata fields. Individuals can select which fields they would like to include. Fields that can be auto-populated from your RiV include:

  • Chapters
  • Conferences
  • Journal articles
  • Patents
  • Presentations
  • Technical reports

Should you choose to use this feature, this information will appear on the “Works” tab associated with your profile page. Please see a sample as set up on Molly Bean’s profile page. Note on this sample, only a few of the applicable fields above were selected. Should you choose to use this feature, you can select the fields you would like to display. Our team cannot make edits to this “Works” tab, it is auto-populated from your RiV however, content on the Profile page can be edited by our team. Should you choose not to use this feature, your page will not include the “Works” tab and will display similarly to how it has in the past.

Another new addition is when you are listed as instructor of an ENR/RURLSOC course it will now appear in the left hand column. A sample of this is available on Jeff Sharp’s profile page.

This would be a great time for you to look over your page and send new or updated content to Pat Patterson. Of note, we would like to add your specialization to the title field. It should be a brief description so when people look at the directory they will quickly see who does what. We already list some as shown on the Our People: Faculty page. Curriculum vitae should also be updated if you did not provide one to Jane Erbe. If you would prefer a different photo you can send that as well.

Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask either Pat or Molly.

Thank you,
SENR Communications