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Research Impact: Promoting and Measuring

With this guide, learn why and how to promote your research and gauge its impact.

What is GUFaculty360?

GUFaculty360, a subsection of GU360, is an online profile portal. Primary goals of GUFaculty360 include improving collaboration and information-sharing, promoting faculty research output, and assisting with connecting mentors and mentees. However, in order for this system to be fully functional and beneficial, faculty should complete as much information as possible.

Login below to start updating your profile. Don't have the time to update? It's still important, so delegate a delegate!

GUFaculty360 Privacy Options

There are different visibility options depending on your preferences and content. Entire sections can be hidden from display:

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Additionally, you can control the visibility options for each item you add within every section:

  • Public: The globe represents “public” access, meaning any visitor to GUFaculty360 can see this information.
  • Georgetown: The mortarboard indicates “Georgetown Only” access, meaning only users logged in via the NetID can see this information.
  • Private: The silhouetted individual represents “private” visibility, meaning this data is only viewable by you, delegates with access to make changes on your behalf or administrators overseeing the data in GUFaculty360.

Visibility Settings in GUFaculty360

Biographical Information

By completing the fields in the Biography section, including your Expertise/Clinical Areas, searchers and potential mentees, will be able to find you. Education is extracted from GMS, so if you need to update details, login to GMS.

Adding Publications

Connect GUFaculty360 with your ORCID iD! When you connect GUFaculty360 to ORCID, all publications that are added to ORCID can be automatically added to GUFaculty360. And if you sync ORCID with a resource like Crossref, all new publications can be automatically added to your ORCID Record, thus saving you even more time. See the box on the ORCID page for the connecting/syncing steps.

OR, if you know the PMID (PubMed Identifier) or DOI (Digital Object Identifier) of the article or ISBN (International Standard Book Number) of the book, the citation fields will auto-populate. If you want to find the PMID or DOI, go to DML's Journal Finder and click on Citation Matcher (see link below).

OR, add each publication manually.


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