As one working on our libraries institutional repository, this can be like
pulling teeth to get everyone to provide you a proper list of their works.
Good luck with it, and please let us know how you pull it off, I am very
curious to see your results.
On Fri, Oct 25, 2013 at 12:19 PM, Ken Varnum <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> This has always felt like one of those "easy" things that's alarmingly
> complicated without at least one of the following
> A) universal faculty participation
> B) extensive work with the A&I services relevant to your campus to mine
> citation lists for your current faculty
> C) people dedicated working with campus departments (who presumably already
> track this) to get the information.
> Ken Varnum | Web Systems Manager | MLibrary - University of Michigan - Ann
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> On Fri, Oct 25, 2013 at 11:35 AM, Alevtina Verbovetskaya <
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> > Hi guys,
> > Does your library maintain a database of faculty publications? How do you
> > do it?
> > Some things I've come across in my (admittedly brief) research:
> > - RSS feeds from the major databases
> > - RefWorks citation lists
> > These options do not necessarily work for my university, made up of 24
> > colleges/institutions, 6,700+ FT faculty, and 270,000+ degree-seeking
> > students.
> > Does anyone have a better solution? It need not be searchable: we are
> > interested in pulling a periodical report of articles written by our
> > faculty/students without relying on them self-reporting
> > days/weeks/months/years after the fact.
> > Thanks!
> > Allie
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