Posted February 4, 2022 by Ashley Washburn
UNL faculty are invited to attend a virtual workshop on using the National Institutes of Health’s My Bibliography resources. The workshop is Feb. 24 at noon CST. Registration by Feb. 7 is required.
The Feb. 24 workshop is an opportunity for NIH-funded faculty and administrators how to include publications as part of the Research Performance Progress Report, or RPPR, using My Bibliography resources.
Attendees will learn more about the following processes and participate in a Q&A session.
- What is needed to comply with NIH’s public access policy.
- How to submit recently accepted publications through the NIH Manuscript Submission System, or NIHMS.
- How to track the progress of submitted manuscripts in My Bibliography.
- How to create an award compliance report using My Bibliography.
- Ways to solve common reporting issues and errors.
This workshop is available through the University of Nebraska’s membership in the Federal Demonstration Partnership, a cooperative government and university initiative among 10 federal agencies and 217 educational institutions. FDP is collaborating with NIH’s National Library of Medicine and the National Center for Biotechnology Information to develop enhancements aimed at easing reporting requirements for NIH-funded projects. For questions, contact David Doty, director of sponsored programs.