Faculty Web Profile Guidelines

Faculty web profiles appearing on ATSU’s public-facing website:

  • Market ATSU to prospective students, researchers, faculty, ATSU Board of Trustees, etc.
  • Add to ATSU’s story and highlight our esteemed faculty
  • Establish visibility/connections for ATSU alumni or other donors
  • Increase professional collaboration on grants, teaching, and service

Data that displays on the new faculty web profile is sourced from Digital Measures (faculty activity system). This document serves to provide instruction and guidance on best practices for faculty web profiles displayed on ATSU’s webpage. Following are additional resource links to aid in developing faculty web profiles:

What will faculty web profiles look like?
A searchable faculty directory with all faculty web profiles will be displayed on ATSU’s website. Below is a sample of what it will look like with a summary and full profile (General info, credentials, instruction, scholarship and service):

Full profile example

Faculty consent and accuracy

Each year faculty must approve the following information electronically related to their Digital Measures data content:

Note: Per ATSU’s Faculty Handbook, it is strongly recommended all faculty publicly share scholarly activity. To completely opt out of a faculty web profile, please submit your request to Human Resources for approval.

The following data is maintained in Digital Measures and utilized within the new ATSU faculty web profile:

  • Personal & contact info (Name, academic rank, school, and department)
  • Biography
  • Degrees and education
  • Licenses/Certifications
  • Awards and honors
  • Publications and presentations
  • Service (Clinical, university, public, and professional)
  • Scheduled teaching (Optional by school)

Professional headshot

ATSU Communication & Marketing (C&M) will maintain a repository of official faculty web profiles that are uniform in size, background, and resolution to be displayed on the faculty web profile. It is suggested professional headshots not be more than two years old. Please submit an ITS ticket via ATSU’s Portal under the ITS ServiceDesk icon to request a new professional headshot. Tickets will be routed to C&M and a date will be scheduled by C&M to take your professional headshot.

Personal & contact information

This information is sourced from Human Resources’ UltiPro system and loaded into Digital Measures. To make changes to this data, submit an ITS ticket to request changes via ATSU’s Portal under the ITS ServiceDesk icon.

Biography

Within Digital Measures, enter a summary biography in the Biography and Expertise screen. It should be written in third person (he, she, him, her), not first person (I, my, we, our) and tell a story of your journey. Your audience includes prospective students, alumni, donors, ATSU Board of Trustees, faculty collaborators, etc.

Following is an example:

Degrees & Education

This information is a chronological listing of degrees you’ve earned. Make sure to spell out your institution with its proper name and review for accuracy. Ensure a degree is selected, not left blank. If the degree isn’t listed within the drop down menu, select “Other,” and enter the degree. Any futuristic degree completion dates will not be included.

Licenses and certifications

Enter your completed licensures and certifications within the Digital Measures Licensures and Certifications screen. Make sure to use official titles and organization names (no acronyms). Only the year obtained is displayed.

Awards and honors

Select the appropriate awards and honors to display on your web profile within the Awards & Honors screen in Digital Measures with the “Allow Sharing” slide bar. Ensure the award and organization name are official names and not abbreviated or acronyms.

Scholarship

This includes Digital Measures Publications and Presentation screens. Select appropriate scholarly works to display by using the “Allow Sharing” slide bar. Ensure titles are understandable and limit your selection to 10-15 works for optimal page display.

Service

For each of the four service areas (clinical, university, professional, and public), select the service activities to display by using the “Allow Sharing” slide bar. Ensure titles, roles, and organizations and start and end dates are not abbreviated or blank, and each are clearly identified. Limit your selection to 10-15 service activities for optimal page display.

Below is an example of service displayed on the web profile:

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