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    myElements - track faculty publications, professional and teaching activities, and grant information.

Important Updates

  • 2018-'19 Faculty Activity Reporting will be open for faculty on April 5, 2019
  • FindScholars@UNH is now live at https://findscholars.unh.edu.   This is a public website that publishes myElements data on faculty and department profiles to promote faculty teaching, scholarship, and research at UNH. 
  • Faculty profile data on the new websites for CEPS, CHHS, COLSA, Paul College , UNH School of Law, and Carsey School of Public Policy are now using data directly from myElements.  See some FAQs about this integration.

Support Approach

Academic Technology, in collaboration with the UNH Library, will provide scalable, responsive, high-quality support for faculty to access myElements. This includes self-directed and trainer/librarian support.


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What is myElements?

myElements is a research information system. It has the ability to automatically collect information related to research and scholarship using open data sources and licensed library databases. Provides a platform to capture scholarly, professional and teaching activities through a manual entry process. myElements also connects to other UNH systems to collect personnel, grant, and teaching information.

What will this do for a faculty member?

generates a profile for a faculty member that is automatically and continuously updated with the latest publications and information on citations of their work. Faculty will be able to generate a bio sketch for NIH (we expect NSF format to be available soon) without copying, pasting, and typing in citations. While profiles are not open to the public, the data does feed to the FindScholars@UNH site where certain profile information from myElements is available to the public.

What will this do for a department chair, Dean or other administrator?

At any time an individual (with appropriate access) will be able to view all the published books and articles written by faculty over the past month, year, or five years. They will be able to see all of the grant activity of their faculty, and gather/present all of the rich information about the research profile of their department, college, center, or institute including up to date measures of impact (like citations and altmetric scores).

Why is myElements beneficial for UNH Faculty and the UNH Community?

  • Harvests faculty publication data
  • Activity reporting is consistently and effectively completed
  • Increases ease and effectiveness of gathering, aggregating, and sharing scholarly data
  • Improves UNH’s standing as a research institution


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FindScholars@UNH is now available

November 27, 2018

FindScholars@UNH, which went live Monday, Nov. 26, 2018, is a public website where internal and external users can discover UNH research and scholarship across disciplines. 

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myElements Phase II completed

July 31, 2018

FAR entry has been completed with 74% of faculty doing some part of their FAR in myElements.

myElements Moves to Phase II after Successful Completion of Phase I

February 15, 2018, by Olivia Pelehach (COLA, '18)

On March 21 faculty will be able to review and enter details for teaching, research, scholarship, and service within FAR.  Reports will be available to academic administrators and department chairs, in addition to reports for accreditation purposes. Faculty entries will also be used for faculty profiles on academic websites and a Vivo platform that will be introduced later this year.  Read More

myElements Access at over 93%

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.   Read More