Baylor University has partnered with Academic Analytics to assist faculty in advancing their research. The Academic Analytics database contains scholarly works for faculty at over 400 U.S.-based research universities in the areas of federal grants, honorific awards, journal articles, citations, conference proceedings, and book publications.
Click the links below to explore the Faculty Expertise portal for each Robbins College department*. This database combines both data sourced in the Comparative Benchmarking Portal and data entered in Digital Measures.
*Please note that the portal for the Department of Occupational Therapy is currently under development.
Academic Analytics compiles data from federal, university, and private sources going back to the early 2000s. Article and Conference Proceeding publication data are obtained directly from publishers, using digital object identifiers (DOI®). Citation data are derived via DOI®-to-DOI® linkages based on the literature-cited section of published journal articles and conference proceedings. Book data are collected from the British Library catalog and Baker and Taylor, Inc. Grant data are collected from federal granting agencies and select private sources. Patent data are obtained from the United States Patent and Trademark Office, as well as the World Intellectual Property Organization. Honorific Award information is derived from publicly available information from governing societies. Additionally, performance, exhibition, and grant data not captured by Academic Analytics are sourced from scholars’ Digital Measures profile.