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Scholarly Contributions & Creative Productions: Adding a New Activity

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  1. To add a new activity or edit an existing activity, click Activities on the Faculty menu.
  2. Then click Scholarly Contributions & Creative Productions.

When adding a new activity, you have the option of entering data manually or importing citations from other publications.

Manual Input

If entering data manually, the required information and available options will vary depending on the type of activity being added (book, journal article, presentation, etc.) and your institution.

DSpace Integration

This integration must be activated for your institution by Interfolio.

Faculty members are able to add files to the DSpace repository without leaving FACULTY180. When adding scholarly activities in FACULTY180, faculty members can add files and the associated metadata directly to the DSpace repository as an attachment from FACULTY180. DSpace will then send FACULTY180 a link to the file in the DSpace repository  the link is stored in FACULTY180 with the associated scholarly activity.

To add a file to the DSpace repository through FACULTY180, do the following:

  1. On the Facultymenu, click Activities, then click Scholarly Contributions & Creative Productions.
  2. Click Add.
  3. Select the type of activity to be added, then click Continue.
  4. In the Attachments section, select the DSpace file type. The Select DSpace Collection pop-up window opens.
  1. Select the appropriate Collection, then click Okay.
  2. Save your work.

Importing Citations

If you choose to import a citation from an external source, understand that you are responsible for complying with usage restrictions. Be sure to review any terms of use and/or license agreement from the external source. The safest method for importing citations is to obtain written permission from the external source. If it is not possible to obtain permission, importing citations should be avoided.

 

For more information about importing citations, view the following videos: