Academic Analytics is a subscription-based online database containing comparative faculty productivity data on academic departments and Ph.D. programs nationwide. The data are structured to enable comparisons at a discipline-by-discipline level as well as overall university performance. Data are collected in six areas of research activity: journal articles, conference proceedings, citations, federal grants, books, and honorific awards.
If you would like to be credentialed to gain access to the Academic Analytics database, contact Kyle Sweitzer in the Office of Planning and Budgets, at email@example.com, or 517-432-2160.
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