Tips & FAQs

Q. I am new to UAF. When will I have access to Faculty180?

Q. Where should I enter my activities? Why can't I see my Workload or Instructional Activities - Credit sections?

Q. My “Courses Taught” section is wrong! How do I fix it?

Q. Why are there two term labels for summer activities?

Q. I uploaded some citations and they aren’t showing up on my AAR now! Where did they go?

Q. What if I have activities from last year that I want to have in this year's AAR form?

Q. I input all of my activities, but when I click submit, I get an error message saying that one or more courses that I taught need to be "classified." What does this mean?

Q. How can I cleanly print a copy of my AAR on 8.5x11" paper?

Q. How do I produce a comprehensive activities summary for Promotion/Tenure/Review?

Q. What happens to my AAR once it has been submitted? Can I still make changes to it?

Q. Who do I contact when I need assistance using Faculty 180 to prepare my annual activities report?

Importing Citations in Faculty 180

Step-by-step guide to downloading citations from Google Scholar, Scopus or EndNote/Zotero (pdf)

Information for Administrators

Descriptions of report types available on the Reports menu

Training overview for deans, directors and assisting staff (powerpoint)

Training video for deans, directors and support staff (mp4)

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