Who Uses Works?
Colleges and departments use Works to collect data and run reports to support processes such as annual activity reporting, accreditation, and tracking faculty accomplishments.
Assistant Professors hired after June 2017 use Works to generate the University’s Standardized Promotion and Tenure CV.
Who Has Access to a Works Account?
Faculty and many instructional staff on all University of Minnesota campuses have active accounts and can use Works immediately, even if their college/campus has not yet adopted Works for annual activity reporting.
We invite you to explore, provide feedback or ask questions by contacting the Works team at [email protected]
How does Works benefit users?
Works allows users to enter activity information once and use it for multiple purposes. For example, a user would enter a conference presentation only once and that information can be included in different types of reports such as a CV, annual activity report, accreditation report, bio sketch, or department web site bio. Users can enter information throughout the year and decide what information they wish to share.
To reduce the amount of manual entry, much of the information in Works is pulled from central databases. For example, official records about advising and scheduled teaching are entered into Works automatically. Faculty will also be able to import their publications from other databases, including:
- Google Scholar
- Other Citation Managers
- [email protected]
To learn more about importing and managing publications, see our guides and instructional videos.