Here are answers to some of the most common AMS questions along with a walkthrough video of Basic Navigation in AMS:
Basic Navigation in AMS (~10 minutes)
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What is AMS?
Who are AMS users and what do they do in AMS?
What is a workspace?
What is a participating area?
For a walkthrough of creating user accounts in AMS, see the video below (6 minutes 30 seconds):
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In order to create user accounts in AMS, you must have System Administrator permissions.
1. Log into the AMS manager account with Institutional Syst...
The System Administrator is the account that manages the AMS implementation and holds special privileges, including the ability to:
Create user accounts
Designate AMS Coordinators and their permissions and administrative domains
Customize the homepage and Analytics
Manage the faculty credentials module
Update user information (username, password, ...
The Locator can be used to identify users across your institution, affiliate them with the participating areas they require, and/or run more advanced user reports.
To View All AMS Users in Your Organization
This can be done by entering the Locator and selecting “All Subscribers (email, registration status, etc.)” from the pull-down menu of preset report options in the ...
In order to affiliate users with the appropriate program/departmental area, you'll want to make sure the areas exist in your hierarchy. You have the ability add, edit, and move areas within your hierarchy by following the steps below.
Editing your hierarchy is in the System Administrator area. On your home page, click on System Administrator on the left side. When you...