Available Integrations

The USD Manage Area is a series of systems, tools, and applications that deliver database-driven content throughout the USD website. The following are available for both 1.0 and 2.0 websites, except in cases where noted. Please open an online web request to get started. 

Note that the web team will integrate the requested integration(s) onto your website, however, all data and content entry is the responsibility of the website maintainer and/or content provider.

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Charts

Note 1.0 only.

 

Use this system to display various types of numeric data on your website. Available formats include doughnut, bar, line, and stacked line charts.

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Course Catalogs

Note 1.0 only.

 

If you are an academic area and your content is in the USD course catalogs, it can be embedded onto your website. Available information includes your programs overview, major information, minor information, requirements, and courses.

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Degree Finder

 

Use the Degree Finder to list your available programs, certificates, and/or credentials. Note that this system is available to the College and schools at USD for integration on your websites.

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Directory

 

Use this to display a faculty, staff, or student listing on your website. You can display personnel by alphabet or by group depending on the tagging of entries in the directory system.

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Faculty Scholarship

Note 1.0 only.

 

This system serves faculty scholarship, publications, and research to the USD website listed alphabetically by faculty name. Current output types include Bluebook and Associated Press styles.

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MyPostings

 

MyPostings serves news, events, announcements, and other forms of communication throughout the USD website. Content can feed into the USD News Center or, if you are a content provider from one of USD's academic areas, your school's news center. 

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QA-Explorer

 

The QA Explorer system can be used to output content that requires the user to make decisions. For example, it can be used to query students about their areas of interest and guide them to degrees that would fit within those topics.

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Student Internships

 

This system serves student internship opportunities to the USD website. Note that content must be tagged through Handshake, a system managed by the Career Development Center. 

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Student Organizations

 

This system feeds student organization content to the USD website, including clubs, honor societies, and other communities that students can join as part of their time at the university. 

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Student Scholarships

 

This system serves student scholarships on the USD website. Options can be both internal and external. Only scholarships for which students can apply are permitted in the system.

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Study Abroad

 

This system outputs study abroad options at the university by country, term, or region of the world. Note that the data source for this content is StudioAbroad through the International Center.

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