Faculty Page Tutorial

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Logging in
  2. Editing your faculty page
  3. Updating your photo
  4. Updating your Research and Teaching Interests
  5. Updating your Biography
  6. Updating your Representative Publications
  7. Creating a link to your external or lab website

Logging in

Clicking the Log in link in the upper-right corner of any page will bring up the standard UCLA Logon form. Upon successful login, you will be returned to the page you were visiting before you clicked the Log in link. This login process will allow you to edit your faculty page.

Log in link


Editing your faculty page

The URL (web address) of your faculty page is www.psych.ucla.edu/faculty/page/logon-id where logon-id is your UCLA Logon ID (also known as BOL Username).

Visit your page and click the [Edit Page] link. This will open the page editor window. Note: if you don't see the [Edit Page] link, make sure you are logged in.

Hint: if you click the [Edit Page] link and the page editor does not open, click your web browser's Reload (or Refresh) button.

Edit Page link


Updating your photo

To upload a new photo

  1. Scroll to the Picture section of the page editor.
  2. Click the Choose File button.
  3. Select the image file you want to upload and click Open (or, depending on your browser, click Choose).
  4. Scroll to the bottom of the page editor and click the Save button to upload your image.

Update photo

To delete an existing photo

  1. Scroll to the Picture section of the page editor.
  2. Put a check in the Delete picture textbox.
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the page editor and click the Save button.

Delete photo


Updating your Research and Teaching Interests

To update your Research and Teaching Interests

  1. Scroll to the Research and Teaching Interests section of the page editor.
  2. Add to, edit, or remove your Research and Teaching Interests using the WYSIWYG editor.
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the page editor and click the Save button.

Research and Teaching Interests

Formatting tips

To use the formatting toolbar, select (highlight) the text you want to format, and click the appropriate formatting icon. For example, to make text bold, select the text in question and click the Bold icon.

Toolbar - Bold icon

When pasting text copied from Microsoft Word or Outlook, use the Paste from Word icon. This will strip out any formatting that would otherwise be copied over from the source document or e-mail.

Toolbar - Paste from Word icon

To remove any unwanted formatting, select the text in question and click the Remove Format icon.

Toolbar - Remove Format icon


Updating your Biography

To update your Biography with the WYSIWYG editor

  1. Scroll to the Biography section of the page editor.
  2. Follow the same steps found in the Research and Teaching Interests section of this document.
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the page editor and click the Save button.

Or, to upload a CV document (PDF or Word)

  1. Scroll to the Curriculum Vitae section of the page editor.
  2. Click the Choose File button.
  3. Select the document you want to upload and click Open (or, depending on your browser, click Choose). PDF and Word files are allowed. Note: for optimal viewing, consider converting your Microsoft Word files to PDF. For help converting files to PDF, please submit a Help Desk request.
  4. Scroll to the bottom of the page editor and click the Save button to upload your file.

CV


Updating your Representative Publications

To update your Representative Publications with the WYSIWYG editor

  1. Scroll to the Representative Publications section of the page editor.
  2. Follow the same steps found in the Research and Teaching Interests section of this document.
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the page editor and click the Save button.

Or, to upload a Publications document (PDF or Word)

  1. Scroll to the Publications section of the page editor.
  2. Click the Choose File button.
  3. Select the document you want to upload and click Open (or, depending on your browser, click Choose). PDF and Word files are allowed. Note: for optimal viewing, consider converting your Microsoft Word files to PDF. For help converting files to PDF, please submit a Help Desk request.
  4. Scroll to the bottom of the page editor and click the Save button to upload your file.

Creating a link to your external or lab website

To create a link to your external website

  1. Scroll to the URL of External or Lab Site section of the page editor.
  2. Paste in the URL of the external site. Note: the http:// or https:// is required here to make this link work properly.
  3. Your link also needs a description. This is the text visitors will click on to activate the link.
  4. Scroll to the bottom of the page editor and click the Save button.

Lab website