Customizable faculty profiles
Give faculty the personalized professional web profiles they want with photos and personal statements.
BibApp accepts citations in popular citation-tracking formats such as RIS, MEDLINE and Refworks XML
Assess publisher copyright policies for self-archiving
Cut through the copyright thicket! Through SHERPA/RoMEO, assess a faculty member’s publications for reuse rights in seconds.
Automatic import packages for your IR
Make your DSpace, EPrints, or Fedora-based repository invisible! BibApp makes SWORD-compliant import packages for you.
Third-party import and editing of citations
Librarians, grant administrators, graduate students—faculty can deputize anyone to look after their online presence.
Automatic flagging of duplicate citations on import
Never be embarrassed by duplicates again!
Name disambiguation for authors
More than one Dr. John Doe on your campus? As you assign citations to them, the BibApp learns how to tell them apart automatically!
Authority control for author, publisher, and journal names
Nothing looks worse than messy browse listings. The BibApp creates “pen names” to keep your displays clean.
Book cover images via Google Books
Show off faculty books and monographs with a boost from the Google Books API.
Redirection to licensed articles in your local library
Use your library’s OpenURL server to make sure all the visitors of your site can find a legal copy of the articles listed
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