I want you to post your CV to your site. There are a few things to consider as you do this:
- Who is your audience for this document? Usually there are multiple audiences: at SPU alone there are department chairs, administrators, fellow faculty, and accreditors. Within your discipline field there are various elements as well. Consider this when developing out your plan of action. It is easy to just post a .pdf file...why not use the dynamic web to do something more interesting.
- The best professional CV I have found, at least in terms of my field (educational technology) is from Royce Kimmons of BYU. I do not know how to do this on a site. But it is possible. What is your field, what do you want to accomplish? What are the avenues in which people can see what you do?
- My CV takes a bit of a cue from Royce Kimmons in that I divide things up. You can see how I use different pages for different sections.
From having a different page for every section (and then using the Menu feature to differentiate), you can then use tables to do things such as publications.
To engage tables
- Make sure the Toolbar Toggle is on; there should be more than one row of items in your editor if so.
- Click the Table Shortcode tool, it is in the bottom full row and looks like a table.
- Create the table to the specs you need. Columns are the important one; you can always copy and paste more rows later.