CU Experts Data Sources
Most data elements in CU Experts are updated via FRPA Online or CUBE. See below for instructions on how to update specific fields. All faculty are encouraged to provide at least the supplemental profile and research expertise information to build their CU Experts faculty profile.
We are notifying all active faculty who currently have a CU Experts profile already established of this improvement. Additional authors not yet appearing in CU Experts, typically research faculty, will be added to CU Experts in the coming weeks if they have claimed publications in CUBE.
Missing or incorrect award information on your CU Experts profile? Send email to email@example.com and include the name of the award, the awarding organization, the recipient, and the year of the award. The curated data will be added to our FIS database and will be updated on CU Experts. This effort focuses solely on faculty awards.
- Faculty may upload a digital photo file through FRPA Online via MyCUInfo. From the CU Resources tab, go to the Faculty Reporting Channel and choose FRPA Online. Once in FRPA Online, see the Profile Photo link in the navigation frame on the left side of the application.
- Faculty may get a professional portrait taken by the Campus Photographer at their east campus studio. To reserve your time slot (free of charge) or for other options, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-492-3119.
The power of the ORCID initiative is to enable researchers to link easily their names with their scholarly work to insure proper attribution for the full range of their scholarly contributions. ORCID iDs are unique faculty ids that can be linked to existing identifiers such as Researcher ID, PubMed Id, and Scopus Id as well as things such as publisher manuscript submission systems, funding agency grant application workflows, and vendors specializing in faculty data metrics.
The Boulder campus hopes to use ORCID iDs to their full potential to improve information stores about our faculty's scholarly accomplishments. ORCID is a dynamic non-profit operation dedicated to the individual scholar. As it continues to evolve, more linked data and functionality will become available.
Is your ORCID iD missing? If you have an ORCID iD that is not showing here, please email it to email@example.com.
If you have a claimed ORCID iD that Faculty Affairs has on record, your ORCID iD will show on your CU Experts profile page, hyperlinked to your ORCID profile. Deans and chairs can also see ORCID iDs for their units through FRPAport.
If you are a faculty member with an active appointment, we will be re-running the registration process to include faculty who were not included during the initial summer 2014 registration process.
For more information, visit the campus ORCID project website at http://www.colorado.edu/fis/orcid.
Contact members of the project team by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Faculty Affairs at 303-492-4226.
Faculty should carefully consider the personal information included on their submitted vitas now that this information will be viewed on the Web. Possible items to avoid include: home contact information, names of family members, date of birth, and other personal items not related to your professional work. Content of the vita is ultimately at the discretion of the individual faculty member. Logon to FRPA Online to upload a new version of your public vita. Though many file formats are allowed, uploading as a PDF file insures special characters and formatting will remain unchanged. For questions, please contact email@example.com or 303-492-3055.