Faculty and Academic Activity Reporting: Understanding the Total Academic
Elsevier is pleased to announce the addition of Faculty and Academic Activity Reporting (FAAR) capabilities into Pure. Based on customer feedback, faculty activity reporting capabilities have been created in order to allow universities to understand the full spectrum of activity on campus, from courses taught to research output in a single system. Pure is a research information system that aggregates and links data from numerous internal and external sources, such as the library, HR, finance and even researcher CVs. With Pure, uploads can be automatic, reducing tedious data entry exercises and keeping the information up-to-date with little manual work.
In this session, we will introduce Pure’s new Faculty and Academic Activity Reporting and demonstrate the reports you can easily generate around researchers, research centers or departments. The analytics generated in Pure can support strategic decisions or ease the burden of reporting to funders and accreditors by unifying all your researcher-related data in one system.
RecordedJul 19 201652 mins
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Chris James, Senior Product Manager and Aileen Christensen, Marketing Manager, SciVal
SciVal gives you the flexibility to analyze any researcher or group of researchers from any institution, create groups or even recreate your institution’s complete hierarchy with a few easy steps.
Senior Product Manager, Chris James, will walk you through some practical examples on how to:
• Populate and share institutional structures in SciVal, so your users have a unified starting point for their analyses
• Create a master spreadsheet and the minimum input required
• Add new researchers to your existing structure and synchronize the hierarchies using a master spreadsheet
• Do 'what if' scenario modeling. If I add a certain researcher to my team, how would my team perform?
• Synchronize hierarchies developed in Pure to SciVal
Join us live to ask your questions, or watch the recording at a later date.
Identifying active researchers within a higher education institution is a challenge. Get to know how UNAB, Chile started using Pure as the central information repository to determine who are their active researchers.
Simon Barrett, Edwina Harvinson, Monash University
Learn how Pure Awards Management Module has enabled Monash to streamline their business processes and capitalize from a more transparent and accessible interface. This has been done with focus on the full lifecycle of funded projects, including stakeholder management.
: RTI International has been an avid Pure user since 2014 (need to verify this date). To maximize automation, they integrate different systems with Pure and deploy data extraction and reporting techniques that Pure makes available. This session will cover RTI’s research use cases and the efforts involved in achieving them with Pure.
For a vast institute with dispersed resources, Penn State has strategically approached the implementation of Pure and carefully rolled out Pure across campuses. This session will cover their learnings, challenges and insights with this strategy and how they use Pure as part of the Elsevier Solutions Suite to tackle the research landscape at Penn State University.
At last year’s Pure International Conference, you were encouraged to participate in a global Survey of Research Information Management Practices, jointly administered by euroCRIS and OCLC Research.. In this session, we will be sharing the findings from that survey, and with more than 300 survey respondents from 40 nations, with particular focus on findings relevant to the Pure community. Additional information is available at http://oc.lc/rim.
Fiona Burton, Semira Dautovic, Macquarie University Library
Macquarie University implemented Pure in 2017 as the major component system of its new Research Hub. This session will showcase how the implementation of Pure has achieved greater transparency of the data relating to all research at Macquarie. We will also review how the Library and Research Services, as joint business owners for this new streamlined process, have established a closer way of collaborating and using their respective expertise to improve the data for internal and external reporting.
This session will explore how the University of Birmingham have been working to address the challenges of an ever-increasing research information landscape; from the technical issues of a multiple system approach to whether the data we are collecting is able to support decision making.
This presentation will discuss the approaches taken during the pure implementation in 2012 at The University of Bath. The expected and unexpected benefits that the integration with other systems has brought, and the impact it has had on the use of Pure and it data, and that of the other systems.
Jen Hill, Customer Consultant - Research Intelligence, Elsevier
Funding is a major priority for virtually all research institutions. However, securing funding is a time-consuming and increasingly competitive process. To succeed, you need to gain insight into the complex funding landscape, discover relevant opportunities, and make informed decisions.
North American viewers of this webinar are eligible to receive a 14-day trial of Funding Institutional
Join this Bright Talk Webinar to learn how Funding Institutional can help you overcome the following challenges:
•Increasing your school’s funding win rate at a time when submission success rates at government funding bodies is extremely low
•Identifying the best funding opportunities for your school based on up-to-date grant information and insight into what research has already been funded
•Increase efficiency in funding activity management when complex, collaborative and cross-disciplinary teams are becoming commonplace
Join us for an overview of the recent launch of recommendations to Funding Institutional, powered by Scopus Author Profiles.
In this webinar presented by Andreea Serban, Product Manager, you will learn how current users can take advantage of this new feature. Andreea will also share tips for getting the most of Funding Institutional. While this webinar is intended for current clients of Funding Institutional, we also welcome all those who might be interested to learn more about our future plans.
Martin Edling Andersson (Senior SciVal Product Manager) and Kevin Boyack (President, SciTech Strategies)
Where do I have a seat at the table, and in which research areas is our Institution making a significant contribution? What are the latest updates to Topic Prominence in Science, which will save you significant time, provide unique insights and help develop your research strategy?
Martin Edling Andersson (Senior SciVal Product Manager) and Kevin Boyack (President, SciTech Strategies) will take you through some of the latest updates and developments such as:
>> Where am I a Key Contributor? In which Topics is our institution’s research output the most impactful and how is this measured?
>> What are the New Topics? Every year several New Topics are uncovered, we will explain how and why these Topics emerge, and what they imply about future research trends
>> Analyze Related Topics in Trends. Discover related areas of research and broaden your understanding of a chosen Topic.
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