The University of Tennessee has scheduled four training sessions for InCites, an online research analytics and evaluation tool. InCites is a research evaluation platform that allows for in-depth analysis of trends and citation patterns of the publication activity data for individuals, groups, organizations, countries, journals, and research areas. InCites provides tools and metrics to analyze institutional productivity, find collaborators, monitor collaboration activity, identify influential researchers, showcase strengths, and discover areas of opportunity. Continue reading
Intro to iThenticate Workshops Announced
The Office of Research and Engagement announces five one-time training workshops that will serve as an introduction to iThenticate, a plagiarism checker software that verifies the originality of written work.
We will discuss how to submit papers, the format of those papers, setting exclusions for the report, reading the report, and protocols on sharing that information with colleagues. Participants will leave with the knowledge of how to use iThenticate, what iThenticate is used for, and how to read the iThenticate report.
Attendees can bring a laptop and a digital example paper to follow along, but it is not required.
Workshops are limited to 40 attendees. All workshops will be in A004 Blount Hall. Zoom information is provided in the registration links below for those who cannot attend in person.
Please contact Donna Ford (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
Special Opportunity: Meet NIH Program Officer October 19
The Office of Research and Engagement is excited to offer faculty the opportunity to meet with and view a presentation from NIH Program Director Lanay Mudd on the responsibilities of an NIH program officer, including her role in the funding application and award process. Mudd joined the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) as a program director in July 2015.
Webinar Series: What You Need to Know About NIH Application Submission and Review
NIH released a notice on October 3,2014 announcing a series of webinars to be presented in November.
The Webinar series is entitled: What You Need to Know About NIH Application Submission and Review/ (NOT-OD-15-002) Office of the Director, NIH.
For additional information, please see the particulars listed below:
Instructional Video for iMedRIS
Are you still uncertain how to navigate in iMedRIS? Do you have questions that the resources don’t seem to answer?
The following video was created to illustrate how to select all appropriate persons who need to be connected to their study, and how to make sure they route it to those persons for signature.
You must have a valid UT NetID to view this video on the DMS (Digital Media Services) Mediasite server.