Build a beautiful personal academic website
Are you ready to share your work with the world?
You've come to the right place
This training will teach you how to
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*This is a writing and content-focused website design course. While the training videos use WordPress, you may use whatever website platform or host you want.
Some of the benefits of a personal academic website
What you’ll learn in Create your Personal Academic Website
This lesson will teach you best practices for good visual communication.
Your feedback is invaluable - and you’ll benefit from course updates and expansion with your lifetime access to Create your Personal Academic Website.
Why people are taking this course
What made you decide to take this course?
"I enjoyed the social media course and I am always looking for more ways to improve my visibility online."
"I have been procrastinating on setting up my website and I thought this course would give me structure and content knowledge."
Why do you want a personal academic website?
"Visibility! Not just for getting jobs and getting my professional network looking at my work, but for the communities I work with."
"I need a place to consolidate several short term projects that I have completed since graduation. A website might serve as a portfolio of work for future collaborators."
How people are finding the course so far
People found the 1st lesson "very" or "extremely clear."
And, they found it "very helpful."
So far, people taking this course have found things "easy to follow" with a "clear layout of website options."
I'm so glad you found this course.
When I built my own personal academic website, I did it through research.
I studied guides, watched videos. I scoured the internet for examples.
Since then, I've gone on to design sites for writers, faculty, and critics.
This course was designed to fit busy academics like you.
Good communication helps us all.
Are you ready for the benefits?
Be approachable to the people who care about your work.
Find new readers for your publications, and interest in your teaching.
Let's get started.
Jennifer van Alstyne
P.S. I would be happy to answer your questions.