Web Initiatives: What's new

Web Initiatives

ASU has a large digital footprint and we aren’t the only ones writing the stories and messages that reach the web. Telling our story and delivering our message helps us take control of our online identity. Using digital technologies to harness the power of the internet to communicate story, mobilize knowledge, curate content, promote scholarship and represent the college helps ensure our message — your message — gets through to the world. We provide solutions that will benefit faculty, staff and students.

Web Initiatives is focused on:

  • Increasing faculty scholarly visibility through support in curation of their scholarly work
  • Providing consultation for creating and expanding faculty online presence
  • Creation of visualizations of location-based data (in research, courses and projects)
  • Creation of professional development modules (for research, projects and courses)

Additionally, the team maintains the college’s web presence on education.asu.edu, various project/program sites, and the Professional Learning Library.


Created new site for Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program. Provide ongoing maintainence for the site.

MCF Scholars picture

Created new site for the Center for the Art and Science of Teaching. Provide ongoing maintainence for the site. 


Maintained ASU's website dedicated to Martin Luther King, Jr. 

MLK Website

Created new site for Herberger Young Scholars Academy. Provide ongoing maintainence for the site.

Herberger website

Created new site for University Service Learning. Provide ongoing maintainence for the site. 

Community Engagement

Development of student and mentor teacher trainings for the Office of Clinical Experience.

OCE Modules


Here are a few ways we can help the college harness the power of the Internet to communicate story, mobilize knowledge, curate content, promote scholarship and represent the college:

  1. Support use of tools to curate portfolio of scholarly work (ORCiD and Google Scholar)

  2. Support faculty in increasing scholarly visibility

  3. Create professional development modules for research and projects, and in courses

  4. Visualize location-based data in research, courses, and projects (GIS)

  5. Provide consultation for faculty online presence

  6. Web support, including design, content management, system administration and module development

Professional Learning Library

The Professional Learning Library (PLL) is the place to find professional resources, participate in informal and formal professional learning, and connect with educators locally and across the globe in interest-based communities.








Educators answer the call to change the world. The PLL’s mission is to help them accomplish that goal. Educators can take advantage of the resources offered by a wide range of providers, as well as collaborate, share ideas, and discuss professional topics and questions. They can also connect with other professional educators to gain new insights about their practice.

Click here for guidance on how to use the PLL.