Drexel University has partnered with Thomson Reuters to design and implement Faculty Portfolios, an evolving and centralized database of information about Drexel faculty's academic achievements.Data will include such information as scholarly and creative works, civic engagement activities, teaching, and research funding. Librarians, with expertise in the scholarship of specific disciplines, will assist and train faculty and administrators in contributing data to the centralized database and creating customized reports. With sponsorship from the Provost's Office, an implementation team is working closely with faculty and staff to configure the system for use at Drexel.
Currently, faculty may create their own portfolios by visiting drexel.edu/facultyportfolios and entering specified information. Assistance from the Libraries liaison librarians is available. After installing an initial portfolio the faculty member may update information anytime, and the portfolio will be maintained centrally. For more information contact Beth Ten Have (email@example.com).
- View the Getting Started Guide: 4 Easy Steps to Create a Profile
- Click here to view additional videos about the Faculty Portfolios system or click here to learn more about Thomson Reuters' Research in View tool.
- See news and learn about updates to the Faculty Portfolios system
Benefits of Faculty Portfolios
- Speeds generation of your CV and biosketches for a variety of needs, such as: PAR, tenure packets and grant applications.
- Creates a single authoritative directory for internal networking to meet inter-disciplinary needs.
- Provides a single point of data gathering about institution-wide initiatives (such as co-publishing with faculty & advisees).
- Simplifies sharing of information about publications and other accomplishments.
- Integrates your course information from banner.
- Enables a high level summaries across Drexel and comparisons to other institutions.