Professional Activities module in the CRIS

What is the Professional Activities Module?

This module will enable you to store details of activities such any editorial roles that you undertake, awards and honours you have received, your external
collaborations, and so on. Categories that are currently available are:

• Awards or Honours

• Collaborations – External

• Consulting or Advisory roles

• Editorial Roles

• Invited or Prize Lectures

• Panel or Committee memberships

Below is a screenshot which shows you how a summary of your entries in the professional activities module will look at your home page in the CRIS:

my professional activities CRIS

Within these categories, each type will have some pre-set fields for completion, and some types are set up to capture more detailed information, for
example, the types Editorial role and Panel or committee membership have drop down menus so a more specific role can be
captured.

These types will be subject to ongoing review.

How will data get into the Professional Activities Module?

A member of staff in the Library will be assisting for three months with the population of professional activities for a selection of SGUL’s researchers.
Due to the time constraints of this project the library will focus on populating the activities for 90 researchers. Following the completion of the project
(31st July 2014), responsibility to maintain your professional activities in the CRIS will be handed over to researchers. All researchers with an active
profile in the CRIS may start to populate their Professional Activity profiles. A brief guide will soon be available. Please contact the CRIS Support &
Development Team via sora@sgul.ac.uk if you would like a copy.”

 

What are the benefits of using the Professional Activities Module?

 

· It is possible to export the data entered as lists (file formats currently available are Word, pdf and csv).

· Keeping your professional activities up to date will help the institution better understand the research expertise and experience of researchers, and
enable the production of reports on these aspects of activity.

If you have any queries or feedback, please contact the CRIS Support & Development Team

via sora@sgul.ac.uk

CRIS Support & Development Team

Library

Information Services

Advertisements