The Filtered Search widget allows you to place a search box on a page and search the content on that specific page. You can use multiple variations of this widget to search within specific areas of your site based on content type (App type content) and/or taxonomy vocabularies. Read more about Filtered Search Widget
If you are comfortable setting up your site yourself with only news, calendar, links, and people enabled, choose the Minimal option. You can add to or subtract any of these to tailor your site to your site needs.
Your OpenScholar site will still be available for you to use after you leave Harvard University. Instead of using the option to log in to your site with your Harvard Key, you'll log in using your OpenScholar Account information. If you have forgotten your OS account information, you can opt to reset your password. Read more about Your Site after leaving Harvard
Choosing the Event/Conference site preset will pre-populate your website with the categories shown below. The Event/Conference site structure is designed to cover the most common elements that are central to any larger event. Visit the Harvard Guidelines site for more tips about creating an easy-to-navigate website with clear labels. Read more about Event and Conference Site Structure
OpenScholar is a web creation platform provided by Harvard Web Publishing for the Harvard University community. It provides an easy and efficient way to create and manage a Personal, Project and Department website without having to know any web development code (HTML, etc.). Harvard Affiliates with a Harvard Key and PIN can create an OpenScholar site.
Harvard Web Publishing offers seven kinds of default website structures often called "pre-sets." These pre-set structures help get your site up and running quickly. Learn how to configure these types of sites, and view tips for organizing and presenting your website content. Read more about Kinds of Sites
Apps add new functionality to your site. Enabling an App might give you a new type of content, a new site section, new widgets and more. Some Apps are enabled by default on every OpenScholar site. You can enable and configure Apps in the Administrative Toolbar by going to Settings > Enable Apps