May 10, 2018, by Olivia Pelehach (COLA, '18)
It is that time of the year again when faculty have started working on their Faculty Activity Report. Luckily, myElements helps make the process as easy and as smooth as possible.
As you are aware, UNH has recently implemented myElements, a platform used to curate faculty research and scholarship. Phase I was completed in December, in which over 90% of the faculty logged on, received an ORC ID and began claiming publications. The project is now fully launched following Phase II feedback...
February 15, 2018, by Olivia Pelehach (COLA, '18)
Thank you to everyone who completed Phase I of the transition to myElements. With your help, we were able to surpass our goal of 90% of faculty logging on and claiming publications. More information about Phase I can be found here.
With Phase I complete, this is what you can expect in Phase II:
On February 19, a test site will be available for selected users to provide feedback. Specifically, we are seeking feedback on how to improve data entry for college and faculty type, as well as, a...
January 24, 2018, by Olivia Pelehach (COLA, '18) and Dan Carchidi
Thanks to the efforts of faculty and academic leaders from the across the University of New Hampshire - Durham, Manchester and School of Law - the roll out of myElements Faculty Activity Reporting outpaced expectations. Our goal was to have 90% of faculty complete log-in, verify profile information, and collect publications by December 15, 2017. In fact, 93% of faculty had completed the process by the deadline. 100% UNH Manchester and the UNH Library faculty reached the goal as did over 95%...
November 2, 2017, by Olivia Pelehach
Faculty have increasingly been logging into myElements, UNH's Faculty Activity Reporting platform, which replaced Digital Measures in August. Since the roll-out, over 380 faculty have logged in to the new platform. Our goal is to have 90% of faculty complete the following steps by December 15th.
Faculty should start by simply logging in to myElements (http://elements.unh.edu/login.html). Once logged in, sign-up for an ORCID, this is a unique identifying number that will help match faculty with...