myElements-An Overview


This article highlights the basics of myElements which include what it is, where and how to log in, and how to get help. It also includes a quick start guide on using the application.


What is myElements?

myElements is a research information system. It automatically collects information related to research and scholarship using open data sources and licensed library databases. myElements also connects to other UNH systems to collect personnel, grants, and teaching information.  myElements is the replacement to the Digital Measures Faculty Activity Reporting (FAR) system.

For information about the myElements migration and implementation project visit


Logging in to myElements?

Using any web browser navigate to and log in with your UNH username and password. Making sure it is just the username without or or any other variation.


Using myElements

For basic instructions on creating/updating your profile and claiming publications see the Quick Start Guide

For Frequently Asked questions

Full myElements functionality for entering all annual Faculty Activity Reporting data will be available in Spring 2018.


For more detailed help with

Searching and Claiming publications

Importing citation management file (includes Google Scholar, Zotero, Refworks, Endnote etc)




Need more help?

Please fill out this myElements webform with as much detail as possible.



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