Our next talk will be on Thursday, November 19th 2015 when representatives of Harvard’s Web Publishing Group will talk about the OpenScholar Web Publishing Platform, including itsArchitecture & Benefits.
OpenScholar is an Open Source Web publishing platform and is used by many Harvard departments, groups, and individuals to create their web sites.
More information about OpenScholar is available at:
If you are a user of OpenScholar, or a Harvard member or affiliate looking to host your group’s website, I would encourage you to attend. For the technically inclined, the talk will also cover how OpenScholar is maintained and deployed.
We will meet in the Seeley G. Mudd building room 106 (SGM-106) starting at noontime on Thursday, November 19th. The talk will start at approximately 12.10pm.
Feel free to let us know if there are other areas you would like the OpenScholar team to cover. If we’re unable to cover them, there will be at least 15 - 30 minutes after the talk for Q/A.
You need a Harvard ID to enter Seeley Mudd, we'll be watching the door and letting people in.
If you can’t gain entry, please wait a minute!