Importing Publications from Google Scholar for your Annual Report
Google Scholar makes your annual report easier!
- Log into your Google Scholar account at https://scholar.google.com/. (Figure 1)
- Select ONLY your 2017 publications/presentations; click Export. Select CSV format. (Figure 2)
Why is this important? 1) If you import multiple years' publications, and you have existing records in the FIS from previous years, the upload will create duplicate records in your cumulative record. Cleaning up these duplicates is extremely tedious! 2) It may result in some records appearing in your 2017 annual report that actually occurred in previous years. Please focus on 2017 activities only!
- Save the file to your computer, keeping it in CSV format using Save As / Save As Type: CSV (Comma Delimited).
- Log in to the Faculty Information System (FIS) with your Rice netID at https://faculty.rice.edu, and navigate to the "List Upload" page under "Scholarly & Creative Works." (Figure 3)
- Click the blue "Upload" button. (Figure 4) Browse for and select the CSV file you saved to your computer.
- Give the file a name or leave it at the default name. Choose the most common publication type (Figure 5) and status in your file. You will be able to edit the publication types and statuses individually from the FIS later (see step #8).
- Click "Upload" at the bottom.
- Now navigate to "Edit Grid." Here you can easily edit or delete uploaded or manually entered records. You can even insert new records from the list view. (Figure 6a-6b) Be sure to save your changes before leaving the page.