What is OpenScholar?
OpenScholar is a web-based content management system designed to make it easy for academic professionals to create and maintain personal or project websites without any special software or technical skills.
It includes ready-made features useful for academic sites: publications, class pages, blogs, calendar, and photo galleries.
OpenScholar is a Drupal distribution (a specific configuration of Drupal), devised at Harvard. We have revised it for use in the School of Arts & Sciences. ISUS manages it.
OpenScholar is currently a pilot project. As of June 2012, we still consider our OpenScholar
installation to be in Beta.
For further information, consult your local computer support provider
We'll have more information available soon. In the meantime, you might want to explore some of the existing websites in OpenScholar (https://sites.sas.upenn.edu).