Tools for Research Administration at Queen's

  • Interfolio Faculty180 is a new software tool that provides Queen’s faculty with one convenient place to keep a record of and manage CV type information such as professional achievements, publications, research funding, and administrative service to the University. This application is available to all Queen’s faculty, librarians and archivists.
  • Following the results of a Request for Proposals, Queen’s University partnered with Data180 to implement their faculty activity and evaluation system. After an early 2017 company merger the system is now called: Interfolio Faculty180.
  • Since 2010, TRAQ has implemented new modules for managing awards, biohazard permit applications, human ethics certifications, and financial reporting to remain compliant with required certifications and provide easy to read financial reporting information on research projects.

Benefits of using Interfolio Faculty180:

  • User-friendly interface where faculty can maintain CV information;
  • Importing integration with the Canadian Common CV (CCCV);
  • Time saving output generators such as: Annual/Biennial Report, QUQAP CV for Cyclical Program Review, and a variety of personal CVs;
  • Workload minimizing ability to grant delegated access of your account to other Queen’s employees for data input;
  • Straightforward import functionality of citation information and publications from databases such as PubMed, Web of Science, MLA, International Bibliography, Google Scholar, etc. (in various formats such as BibTex);
  • Elimination of duplicate entries for research and academic data already available in existing systems at Queen’s;
  • Streamlined evaluation process for annual/biennial reviews;
  • Tri-Agency open-access policy compliance through integration with Queen’s Institutional Repository;
  • Conforms to Queen's University Faculty Association (QUFA) Collective Agreement;
  • International access to your CV information wherever you are via web connection.

“The key point is that we can finally enter our data each year and not have to then go through the same exercise but in a different flavour when we have to generate Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) CVs or QUQAP CVs.” - Karen Rudie (Electrical and Computer Engineering)

Click here to view the complete Gazette article "Training and Support Available for Faculty180" (11/2016)