Scholars@Duke Profiles are pulled into your site from Scholars@Duke.
To import Scholars Profiles:
- Ask a site admin to manage your Scholars@Duke settings.
To edit Scholars Profiles:
- Only certain fields can be edited in Drupal:
- Additional Information
- Taxonomies (Category, Organizational Unit, Profile Group, and Profile Type)
- Related Content
- All other changes must be made directly in Scholars: https://scholars.duke.edu. Your changes will automatically update to your site.
IMPORTANT: Avoid losing your work
Any changes made to the Name field or "Imported from Scholars@Duke" section on a Scholars@Duke Profile item in Drupal will be overwritten by the content from Scholars@Duke, and your changes will be lost.
To tag Scholars Profiles with taxonomy terms:
- Scholars Profiles have four local taxonomies you can edit directly on your website: Category, Organizational Unit, Profile Group, and Profile Type. You may tag a Scholars Profile with multiple terms for each of these taxonomies, and they will not by overwritten by content from Scholars@Duke.
- To add or edit tags, edit a Scholars Profile and scroll down to the taxonomy fields. After managing your terms, make sure to save the page.
- You can use these taxonomy terms to display Scholars Profiles on your site using People List content blocks.
To hide certain Scholars Profiles:
- Edit the desired Scholars Profile, deselect the Published checkbox, and Save.
- This will prevent the profile from appearing on the site – in search results or any lists of Scholars Profiles. Unpublished Scholars Profiles will not be synchronized when your site's Scholars feed updates.
- Editors can still access and edit unpublished Scholars Profiles and can republish them by checking the Published checkbox.
To view Scholars Profiles: