Publication Imports

  • Publication Import Overview

    Access to this product feature is dependent on your institution's Watermark agreementBase ☐ | Faculty Accomplishments ☑ | Reviews, Promotion and Tenure ☐ | Web Profiles ☐ Faculty Success provides the option to allow faculty to import publication citation information directly into the system via direct integrations with a growing list of repositories such as PubMed, Cr...

  • BibTeX Imports

    Access to this product feature is dependent on your institution's Watermark agreementBase ☐ | Faculty Accomplishments ☑ | Reviews, Promotion and Tenure ☐ | Web Profiles ☐ Overview There is a good chance that citations of your publications are already stored in another software system such as a reference manager or database—for example, EndNote, Google Scholar, Mendeley,...

  • Publication Imports

    Access to this product feature is dependent on your institution's Watermark agreementBase ☐ | Faculty Accomplishments ☑ | Reviews, Promotion and Tenure ☐ | Web Profiles ☐ The Publication Imports tool allows faculty to search for publication data in repositories such as Crossref, PubMed, ORCID, Scopus, and Web of Science. Publication data from these repositories may then...

  • ORCID Integration Setup

    Access to this product feature is dependent on your institution's Watermark agreementBase ☐ | Faculty Accomplishments ☑ | Reviews, Promotion and Tenure ☐ | Web Profiles ☐ ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes researchers and, through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, supports automated linkages bet...

  • Web of Science Integration Setup

    Access to this product feature is dependent on your institution's Watermark agreementBase ☐ | Faculty Accomplishments ☑ | Reviews, Promotion and Tenure ☐ | Web Profiles ☐ Web of Science contains more than a billion cited references and counting, including books, journal articles, patents, websites, conference proceedings and Open Access materials dating back to 1900. We...