My Visible Profile
As a member of the OR Society you are offered a Visible Profile.
Let people who found your conference paper interesting track you down with further thoughts and questions via your Visible Profile.
Carried over from the previous website and with an array of improvements in the pipeline, this version has an easy selection process and a preview button to view your new changes. If you can think of any improvements please do let us know, and if we haven't already, we will look into including them in the next version.
How does it work?
Here is our suggestion for how to prepare your Visible Profile. All the pages are tied up in a nice little section so that you can wonder around in any order.
- Check My Profile - check all the details we currently have for you at the office are correct, including contact details, address details, subscription options, emailing lists, plus your CV information and interests.
- Choose My Visible Profile - Choose which details you would like other to see.
- Preview My Visible Profile - Preview your changes and check you are happy.
How to access My Visible Profile
To edit My Visible Profile, members should LOGIN AT THE TOP OF THE SCREEN. This facility is only accessible to paying members of the Society. If you are a member and do not yet have your username and password please click here. If you have forgotten your login details, please click here. Non-members who have registered with the website (e.g. as part of submitting an abstract, or booking a conference) do not have access.
Please note: Members who have successfully logged in and yet do not have access are using a restricted account. This could be due to a lapse in membership or a duplication in accounts. Please contact the society .
Data Protection Act. The Personal data we receive as a result of changes and additions you supply will be used for administering your membership, providing you with services, and other internal OR Society purposes. The OR Society does not pass personal data to other organisations, except where this is necessary to the provision of members' services.