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Learn to save time and effort by using Pitt’s Faculty Information System (Elements) to collect and reuse information about publications.   Elements is an online database that captures information about publications using your name, ORCiD, and other unique identifiers.  Users can generate reports and add other information to the database to create rich profiles highlighting scholarship, teaching, service, Open Access and more.  Delegates can help faculty manage their profiles.  Staff can access reports and gather data for departmental needs.  If you are faculty or a support position needing to manage information about publications, this is the session for you!   

Date:
Thursday, September 10, 2020
Time:
10:00am - 11:15am
Location:
Presenter:
Lauren Collister and Brian Stengel
Categories:
Digital Scholarship Workshop, Online / Webinar, Research, Teaching, and Learning, Scholarly Communication, Workshops

Registration is required. There are 37 seats available.

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Lauren Collister

Dr. Lauren B. Collister is the Director of the Office of Scholarly Communication and Publishing. She obtained a PhD in Linguistics in 2013 and remains active in publishing and reviewing in her field. She is also an advocate for Open, including Open Access, Open Education, Open Data, and Open Science. View her ORCID profile for more information.