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Faculty Qualifications Reports

Report Types 


Texas State Vitae

  1. Click Run Reports.
  2. Choose vita the report you wish to run. Available options include:
    • Texas State Vita – Version A
    • Texas State Vita – Version B (with Fine Arts)
  3. Enter a date range for activities you wish to include.

    NOTE: When generating a Texas State vita the default start date has been set to the earliest date allowed by the system.
     
  4. Choose your citation style. Available styles include APA, MLA, Chicago, and Bluebook.
  5. Choose if you would like to hide sections in the vita that do not have any activities associated with them.

    EXAMPLE: In the Scholarly/Creative portion of the vita, you may wish to not include a section called Book Reviews if you do not have any on your vita. 
     
  6. Choose if you would like to include activity comments on your vita.
  7. Choose the file format you wish to use. Available options include Microsoft Word document, PDF, or web page.
  8. Choose the page size you wish to use. Available options include letter or A4 (legal).
  9. Click Run Report.

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Build Your Own Vita

  1. Click the Reports tab at the top of the screen.
  2. Click Create A New Report.
  3. Choose a report style:
    • Blank Document:

      This allows you to build a report from scratch. With this option, your personal details will be added to the report for you, along with a sample section to use as a starting point to craft the rest of your report.

      This option will allow for the most creativity on your part, since you can craft the entire report from the ground up. This may also be useful for ad hoc requests for specific activity data. For instance, you could select this option to quickly generate a list of formatted citations for your recent Publication and Presentation activities.

    • Vita: 

      Make this selection to start from the sample vita. This is a general, all-purpose vita format, and it may look different from any base or custom vitae in your instrument.

      This option will prove the easiest and fastest way to customize a vita. You can use the standard structure and make minor changes (such as filtering, drag-and-drop to reorder sections, and setting date ranges) to accommodate your needs.

  4. Once you have made your selections and are content with the vita as you see it on your screen, you may either:
    • export the report as a PDF or Word document by clicking Options.
    • Save the report for future use. If you save the report, make sure and give it an appropriate title for future use.

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Faculty Activities report

This report lists the activities produced by faculty in your department, listed by activity type, for a given time period.

NOTE: Activities appear with their full citation.

  1. Click the Reports tab at the top of the screen.
  2. Choose the Faculty Activities Report.
  3. Enter a date range for activities you wish to include. 
  4. In the Whom to Include area, click Change Selection, expand the menu, and place a check in the box for your department.
  5. Choose your citation style. Available styles include APA and MLA.
  6. Choose the file format you wish to use. Available options include Microsoft Word document, PDF, or web page.
  7. Choose the page size you wish to use. Available options include letter or A4 (legal).
  8. Click Run Report.

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Activity Counts 

This report will display a count of activities entered by faculty for a given time period.  The report is grouped by activity type for convenience. 

  1. Click the Reports tab at the top of the screen.
  2. Choose the Activity Counts report.
  3. Enter a date range for activities you with to include.
  4. In the Whom to Include area, click Change Selection, expand the menu and place a check in the box for your department.

    NOTE: If you would like to run the report for an individual, expand the Individual menu and select the faculty member from the list that appears.
     
  5. Click Save.

    NOTE: If you are in the College of Fine Arts and Communication, you will want to choose Yes when asked to include Fine Arts.
     
  6. Choose the file format you wish to use. Available options include Microsoft Word document, PDF, or web page.
  7. Choose the page size you wish to use. Available options include letter or A4 (legal).
  8. Click Run Report.

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