ANR Bibliography Project
This project aims to have all academics’ publications listed on ANR Profiles so they are accessible at a systems-level. It is important to have an accessible and current listing of ANR academic publications in order for our division to report our work to federal funders, respond to inquiries from leadership, increase the visibility of our work to the public, and historically document publications for the organization. In 2012, ANR began the Bibliography Project and continues to provide assistance entering historical bibliographies into ANR Portal profiles. If you are interested in this service, contact Kit Alviz (see contact information to the right).
This project also aims to reduce duplicative data entry. A retrieval is available for academics to use in ANR merit and promotion processes.
News and Trainings
Recorded Webinar/Training on August 18, 2016
Link to recorded webinar: http://uc-d.adobeconnect.com/p24ytjcqjpb/
Webinar Key Points and New Features
1) Annually update your online bibliography via ANR Portal (edit academic profile > bibliography) so that your publications can be included in the federal report and leadership inquiries.
2) There are now two retrieval types based on user feedback: one provides basic citation fields and the other includes the optional "notes" field, which can be used to describe the individual's role in the publication. The retrievals mirror the ANR annual evaluation/merit/promotion bibliography template.
3) EndNote X7 can be downloaded at no cost; see the instruction manual above. Citations can be imported and exported between ANR's online bibliography system and EndNote. The use of EndNote is optional and recommended if users already or intend to use EndNote for its other capabilities. Importing and exporting are covered in the recorded webinar.
FFY2016 Publications Due February 5, 2017
Please update your ANR Profile bibliography with publications from October 1, 2015 to September 30, 2016. Peer reviewed publications entered by February 5, 2017 will be included in the annual report to federal funders.
Get EndNote X7
EndNote is available at no cost to ANR academics. Download and installation instructions are provided by clicking the link below. Please remember to "extract all" from installation zip files!