SciENcv (Science Expert Network Curriculum Vitae) is a My NCBI application that lets researchers create online professional profiles and assemble information needed for federal grant submissions. With SciENcv, you can document your education, employment, research activities, publications, honors, research grants, and other professional activities as well as create profiles in official biographical sketch formats for the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Science Foundation (NSF), and the Institute of Education Sciences (IES).
Beginning in early October 2022, the NSF began requiring that Biosketches and Current and Pending Support documents used in grant proposals be created in SciENcv.
The University Libraries will offer two additional hands-on workshops in November via Zoom:
You can register on the Faculty Center Training page, or use the links above.
In these workshops, we will cover the basics of accessing SciENcv; importing information from external systems like eRA, FastLane, ORCID, and Google Scholar; and creating, editing, delegating, and sharing Biosketches. By the end of the workshop, you will be able to create and populate a basic SciENcv Biosketch.
Having Trouble Using the Libraries' Resources Outside the United States or a location remote from the GS campuses? Try the University's Virtual Lab.
In most countries, Georgia Southern students, faculty, and staff should be able to access the Libraries' electronic resources, including books, articles, audio, and video, just as you would within the United States. However, some countries or content providers may have Internet access, website, or content constraints that interfere with your ability to use the Libraries' resources.
If this occurs and it is legal for you to do so within the country or jurisdiction where you are located, try using the University's Virtual Lab environment to create a connection to a workstation located in the United States. By using Virtual Lab, you should be able to access the Libraries' resources as if you are located off-campus inside the United States.
The 2nd GS Authors Lounge Celebration will be held in February 2023. We will be celebrating the Georgia Southern community publications in 2022.
Georgia Southern University faculty, staff, students, and alumni can continue to identify their works from 2022 for recognition in the 2023 celebration using this Form or QR Code
Eligible works are published articles, books, book chapters, special issues of journals, substantive encyclopedia entries, poetry, musical compositions, audio recordings, film/video recordings, and art exhibition catalogs.
If you would like to bypass the form and submit your list of publications or a CV, please send it to Dr. Katia G. Karadjova (firstname.lastname@example.org), Associate Dean of Libraries for Research & Assessment.
Expand the global readership and visibility of your scholarship through a SelectedWorks profile. SelectedWorks profiles allow researchers from around the world to find articles, book chapters, presentations, data, posters, and other scholarly output. The Digital Commons Team at the University Libraries creates and maintains these professional, Georgia Southern-branded profiles as a turn-key service for all faculty.
Complete this form to get the process started.
SelectedWorks profiles organize your work in one place, with options for linking or full-text records. The Digital Commons Team researches copyright permissions and provides enhanced metadata to maximize discovery of works in search engines. Faculty with SelectedWorks profiles have access to individual Author Dashboards and readership metrics that can be leveraged to help demonstrate achievements for external funding applications, annual evaluations, and promotion & tenure. Additionally, research can be archived in Digital Commons and featured in our Faculty Publications and Faculty Bookshelf collections.
All of the University’s SelectedWorks profiles are included in the Expert Gallery. The Expert Gallery is a public-facing, searchable database organized by area of expertise. It showcases faculty scholarship at Georgia Southern by collecting faculty profiles in one place. The search box at the top can be used to find individual faculty or locate groups of faculty within a campus unit. The “Explore All Experts” link is great for browsing by facets such as research interest, college, or department.
Additional information is available on the Libraries’ Institutional Repository Services guide. Complete this form to request a new or updated SelectedWorks profile, or contact us at email@example.com.
From the ICPSR Bulletin (v. 42, no.11, October 2022)
Stories about data, the people who use, seek, or create data, and why you should care. From ICPSR, the world's largest social science data archive. Proudly recorded at the University of Michigan.
Also, be sure to check out the latest ICPSR Bulletin