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What is Symplectic Elements?
Elements is a research information management system (RIMS). It is produced by a company called Symplectic. Elements and other RIMS allow researchers and scholars to document their publications and scholarly activities. Elements is:
- An aggregator of data from otherwise disparate information sources such as, local university databases and bibliographic databases like Scopus, Web of Science, SSRN, and Google Books.
- A single source of publication and faculty activity data that can be repurposed for various uses.
- A tool that can be used to automatically populate faculty profile pages on departmental websites.
- A source that can be used to feed an open access institutional repository of research outputs.
This page is managed by the Libraries' Research Information Management (RIM) Team.