Research organization units are academic departments and sub-units that specify the general or specific area under which a paper or work was produced. For example, a research organization unit might be the Marine Science Department, a sub-unit of the Natural Science Collegium. All departments have been mapped to specific collegiums. Departments can only be mapped to a single collegium.
The Library works with Grants Management to add grants received by faculty each year. These are automatically added to faculty profiles. Internal grants are not added but can be added via the administrative interface.
Media Mentions are currently added by the library via the administrative side of the platform.
Faculty Profiles highlight faculty at the college, including scholarship, grants and awards, and efforts related to student mentoring and research. Faculty may be tenured, tenure track, emeritus, lecturers, or adjuncts. Profiles consist of a number of details including:
Profiles can be managed internally via library staff, or by researchers themselves through the ecscholar.eckerd.edu site.
Scholarly & Creative Works can be added in the following ways:
1) Automatic harvesting - the library runs period harvests of faculty publications by Collegium. Matched assets are reviewed for accuracy by the library and once approved, the assets appear on researcher profiles. The accuracy of automatic harvesting process is improved when faculty records contact keywords, ORCID identifier, DOIs for existing publications, and any name variations.
2) Manual Upload - faculty can manually add assets using the Add Content link in the top menu bar. Assets are reviewed by library staff for completion. Once approved, the assets appear on researcher profiles.
3) Batch upload via CSV, RIS, and BibTeX uploads - if bib files exist from other reference management platforms such as Zotero, Google Scholar, or EndNote, files can be uploaded to a researchers profile. This is currently in test mode and available by request.
We ask faculty to review their profiles annually or after recent publications to confirm currency and accuracy of content in their profiles.
Researchers have assets associated with them, which can be automatically harvested by the library, or added manually using the Add Content menu. Assets can be in the following formats:
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