Scholars@East Carolina University is an implementation of VIVO, an open source research networking platform that provides information on the research interests, publications, and grant activity of East Carolina University faculty members. Designed to highlight our achievements and facilitate collaboration, Scholars@East Carolina University profiles draw their information from Faculty180, ECU’s faculty activity report system.
All faculty members who are in Faculty180 have basic profiles with directory information. In order to have an enhanced profile, faculty members must log in to Faculty180 and agree to the Public Display Master Agreement. The Master Agreement is the last section in Faculty180’s Profile area. Read the text of the Public Display Master Agreement.
All faculty members who appear in the university directory will automatically have a basic page with the following public information displayed:
Each faculty member is encouraged to enhance their basic page by agreeing to allow automated transfer of selected categories of information from Faculty180 to create an enhanced page, including individual items from the following sections:
For each publication, award, or other Faculty180 entry that you want to include, you must select Yes for the Publicly Displayed Activity Classification on that entry.
All entries must be created or edited in Faculty180 in order to exist in Scholars@East Carolina University. No editing is done in Scholars@East Carolina University. The entries are imported to Scholars@East Carolina University during the next overnight refresh.
Faculty members may change their answers to the Public Display Master Agreement at any time, and their changes will be reflected after the next data refresh.