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4.1.6 Profiles

Profile pages display detailed information on a specific person and provide a way for prospective students, the community, academic peers and the world at large to learn more about UNG faculty and staff. For consistency, UNG has seven pre-defined sections of information that can be filled with applicable information. A person's outside website can also be linked to from their profile page.

How do I Update Directory Info?

Primary title, department, phone number, email address or office location changes should be submitted via IT's Update Directory Information form (login required).

If you need help with this form, please contact the IT Helpdesk.

All other information can be updated via ServiceNow (login required).

profile page template

Name

On the Profile page, the person's name is the page name.

Headshot Image

Headshot images must be studio professional headshots, review our headshot guidelines. Recommended size is 125px wide by 168px high. The height does not have to be exact, but we recommend that all headshots in your department be the same.

Directory Information

The information to the right of the profile image is pulled in from Active Directory, with the exception of "Areas of Expertise" and "Secondary Title" which comes from the profile form. Here, the site editor can also add a link to a faculty or staff member's personal website, if so desired.

Additional Sections

Each of the following sections are optional. Section titles are marked as heading 2 and the body text is similar to the rest of the web site. All text should be written in third person ('he/she' rather than 'I').

  • Overview
  • Courses Taught
  • Education
    • Listed in reverse chronological order
  • Research/Special Interests
  • Publications
  • Work Experience
    • Listed in reverse chronological order
  • Personal Information

Suggestions

  • Lists of items are easiest to read as a bulleted list, such as Courses Taught and/or Education.
  • Paragraphs are good for the Overview and/or Research/Special Interests.

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