Scholarship and Research

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Creative Work

The Creative Works screen captures participation in various works of art, dance, theater or other creative acts.
The first screen is a summary screen of all your creative works entries. Click on an entry to edit the item.
Quick Tip:
If you have multiple showings or performances of a creative work, select the box next to the entry and click on the Duplicate button at the top of the screen. The duplicate entry will open. Change the location, date and other information and click on the Save button.


Creating a new creative works item

  1. Click on +Add a New Item.
  2. Enter as much information as you have available.
  3. Indicate whether or not you would like the information to appear on your web profile.
  4. Click Save or Save +Add Another.

Biographical Sketch - NIH

Digital Measures allows you to create multiple biographical sketches with information previously entered into the database.  You can name your sketches for each grant application.  The sketches can be saved, duplicated and edited for future applications.

Quick Tip: The biographical sketches will allow you to select previously entered data to populate your sketch. If you do not see an item you entered previously into intellectual contributions, it may be because you did not enter peer review data.  When you edit the original intellectual contribution item, it will appear as a selection in the biographical sketch screen.

The first screen is a summary screen of your NIH biographical sketch entries. Click on an entry to edit the item.

Create a new biographical sketch

  1. Click on +Add a New Item.
  2. Enter an identifying label for your biographical sketch.  This label is not printed in the report.  Rather, it is used for identification when you have multiple sketches.

    Select up to four peer reviewed publications to include in the biographical sketch. To add additional publications, indicate the quantity and click +Add in the shaded relevant publications box. Intellectual contribution items that have been peer reviewed and entered in the intellectual contributions screen will appear in a pull down menu in order for you to select.  If you do not see an item entered previously in the pull-down list, go to the original entry and make sure the peer review information is correct. Make sure to click save at the top of the screen so that you can continue building this biographical sketch.
  3. The lower portion of the NIH screen is a shaded contributions to science box. Briefly describe up to five of your most significant contributions to science. For each contribution, indicate the historical background that frames the scientific problem; the central finding(s); the influence of the finding(s) on the progress of science or the application of those finding(s) to health or technology; and your specific role in the described work. For each of these contributions, reference up to four peer-reviewed publications that are relevant to that contribution. The description of each contribution should be no longer than one half page including figures and citations.

    To add more than one intellectual contribution or intellectual property, associated with the first contribution, indicate the number in the shaded relevant publications or non-publication research product box, and click on +Add.
  4. To add more than one contribution to science, indicate the number in the shaded contribution box, and click on +Add button.
  5. When you have completed entering information on this screen, click Save or Save +Add Another.

Biographical Sketch - NSF

Digital Measures allows you to create multiple biographical sketches with information previously entered into the database. You can name your sketches for each grant application. The sketches can be saved, duplicated and edited for future applications.

The first screen is a summary screen of your NSF biographical sketch entries. Click on an entry to edit the item.

Create a new NSF biographical sketch

  1. Click on +Add a New Item.
  2. Enter an identifying label for your biographical sketch. This label is not printed in the report. Rather, it is used for identification when you have multiple sketches.
  3. Select the publications that should be displayed whenever this record is used to generate a Biographical Sketch report. The report will display these publications in the order in which they are entered here, provided they match the reporting criteria. Please click the help icon for each question for more information.
    You may enter up to 10 publications or patents for inclusion in the NSF Biographical Sketch report. Additional entries will not be printed. The first five publications or patents will appear as the five “most relevant” products on the NSF Biographical Sketch report.

    To include additional publications, indicate the quantity and click on +Add in the shaded Publications and Patents box.
  4. The lower portion of the NIH screen is a shaded Synergistic Activities box. You may enter up to 5 items, which will appear under this heading in the NSF Biographical Sketch report.

    To add more than one activity, select the appropriate number in the shaded Synergistic Activity box and click on +Add.
  5. When you have completed entering information on this screen, click Save or Save +Add Another.

Contracts, Grants, and Sponsored Research

The first screen is a summary screen of your contracts, grants and sponsored research entries. Click on an entry to edit the item.


Create a new item

  1. Click on +Add a New Item.
  2. The top portion of the screen has fields for the type, category, funding, title and information about the sponsoring agency. Enter as much information as you have available.
  3. The next portion of the screen allows you to add additional investigators.  To add investigators, select the number you would like to add and click on +Add in the Investigators shaded box.  Enter dollar amount, funding status, project status and submission date.  You may also enter an abstract and proposal number.
  4. Enter the start and end dates of the funding in the lower portion of the screen.
  5. Indicate whether or not you would like the information to appear on your web profile.
  6. Click Save or Save +Add Another.

Intellectual Property

The first screen is a summary screen of your intellectual property entries. Click on an entry to edit the item.

Create a new item

  1. Click on +Add a New Item.
  2. Enter as much information as you have available.
  3. The Inventors shaded box area allows you to enter additional inventors.  Indicate the quantity of additional inventors you would like to add and then click on the +Add button.  Enter dates associated with the item.
  4. Click Save or Save +Add Another.

Note: The web profile tool is not currently programmed to display this information.

Presentations

The first screen is a summary screen of your presentation entries. Click on an entry to edit the item.

Create a new presentation item

  1. Click on +Add a New Item.
  2. The top portion of the screen has fields for entering general information about the presentation. Enter as much information as you have available.
  3. The next area of the screen has the presentation/authors box.  You will be listed as an author by the program.  To add additional presenters/authors, indicate the number of additional individuals and click on the +Add button in the presentations/authors box.
  4. You will be listed as the first presenter/author by default.  To change the order of presenters/authors, click on the up/down arrows that will appear to the right of each individual.
  5. The lower part of the screen has fields to indicate scope, date, and other fields.
  6. Indicate whether or not you would like the information to appear on your web profile.
  7. Click Save or Save +Add Another.

Publications/Intellectual Contributions

The first screen is a summary screen of all your publications and other intellectual contribution entries. Click on an entry to edit the item.  You may search the listing by entering the title of the work in the search box.

Quick Tip: You can now enter citations exported from RefWorks, EndNote, Zotero, Mendelay, Google Scholar, PubMed, Scopus, or Web of Science.  To do so, click on the Import Items button at the top of the screen.

Select an option and follow the on-screen directions for batch importing records.

Create a single publication or intellectual contribution item

  1. Click on +Add a New Item.
  2. The top portion of the screen has author information for your publication.  To add authors, indicate the number of additional authors and click on the +Add button in the Authors box. Indicate whether or not you would like each individual entry to appear on your web profile. Also, if applicable, display the “Year Claimed”.
    Note: “Year Claimed” is for Counseling Psychology faculty only.

    You will, by default, be listed as the first author.  To change the order of authorship, click on the up and down arrows next to each author’s name.
  3. The middle area of the screen has general fields about the item.  Please complete all fields with an asterisk.
  4. The bottom area of the screen has additional information.  Complete as much information as you have available.
  5. If you would like to include a pdf copy of your article that can be accessed from your profile, scroll to the bottom of the publication screen.  Next to Full-text of this item, click on Choose File. Select the document to store and follow the prompts on the dialog box.
  6. Click Save or Save +Add Another.

Wisconsin Idea Submissions

Digital Measures has a screen to enter your activities related to the Wisconsin Idea.

The first screen is a summary screen of your Wisconsin Idea entries. Click on an entry to edit the item.

Create a new Wisconsin Idea item

  1. Click on +Add a New Item.
  2. The top portion of the Wisconsin Idea screen is general information about the activity, course, program etc..

    It is important to enter date information for the data to report correctly.
  3. In the middle portion of the screen enter information about beneficiaries of the work, who was involved, and the types of external partners involved in the entry.
  4. Fill out as much detail about the specific partners, tangible outcomes, and Wisconsin counties affected by the project in the lower part of the screen.  You can also include a web address associated with the project.
  5. Click Save or Save +Add Another.

Note: This information will not appear on your web profile.