Faculty 180

PLEASE NOTE: 2017-18 AAR Reports will be due by September 12, 2018 in accordance with the 2017 - 2019 UNAC Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Faculty 180 is an activities reporting and evaluation processing software tool developed by Data 180.  Annual Activities Reports previously completed in a Microsoft Word template and routed manually are now submitted through Faculty 180. 

Twice yearly, a Banner list of active faculty are uploaded to the software and accounts created for all new faculty.  By clicking on the link above, faculty members should be able to log in using their UA authserv credentials and begin using the software.

In addition, select staff employees for academic units have accounts set up for reporting purposes and to assist with questions and troubleshooting.  A list of staff contacts for each unit is supplied for reference from the main menu or the list of links below.

For account access questions or issues, you may contact Michelle Strickland at uaf-faculty180@alaska.edu or (907) 474-2764.

Faculty180 Help Videos Available

Interfolio provides a number of general Facutly180 help videos to guide faculty members as they use the system. Once logged in to the software, you can access the following videos and webinars from the Announcements & Help option from your left-side menu: 

  • An Overview of Faculty180
  • Faculty Input: Profile Form and Activity Input Form
  • Exporting Google Scholar Citations
  • Importing Citations into Faculty180
  • Importing Citations into Faculty180 using MEDLINE/PubMed

UAF overview annual activities reporting webinar (68 min mp4 video)

SNRE/CES overview annual activities reporting webinar (48 min mp4 video)

Communications about Faculty 180

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