About Vita Output Options

When setting up and configuring vitas, administrators can select from four display options. This article outlines the differences between the four display options available in vita outputs: Traditional, Traditional-Date, Tabular, and Listing. Examples of each style are provided below.

The Display options are set from the Display dropdown that appears on the Vita Setup page, and elsewhere when the user is presented with options for how to format the display of the vita.  

Faculty180 - Configure Form

Traditional

Traditional was the original vita style built for Faculty180 to resemble a reasonable approximation of the many styles of vitas that faculty use, it is also the default format when a new institutional vita is built.

It should be noted that the stylings below ONLY apply to institutional, “standard," vitas.  Faculty personal vitas default to traditional formatting.

F180 Output Traditional Vita Style

Traditional vita style as it appears printed:

Traditional-Date

The Traditional-Date vita format prints out a “Traditional” vita style, but anywhere that a term is referenced in the vita, the calculated date range for that term is printed instead of the term label as in the Traditional style.

The side-by-side images below show the display of the date range in the Traditional-Date format on the left as compared to the term label displayed in the Traditional format on the right

Traditional-Date

Traditional-Date vita style as it appears printed:

Tabular

The Tabular vita style allows the user to format all sections of a vita in tabular display. It is designed for things like courses taught, and other items that are made up of very structured data that looks best in a tabular format.

Tabular Style

Tabular style example:

Listing

The Listing format has only one purpose: to display every field of every section.  It was designed as a utilitarian vita format to simply get all of the data out where it can be viewed by an administrator.

Standard_Vita-Listing.pdf

Listing style example: