FAD

FAD

Faculty Activity Database is a web-based Tool for reporting and keeping up-to-date records of your activities and accomplishments. UBC’s CV guidelines | Faculty Activities Database User Guide

What is FAD?

Faculty Activity Database LOG IN (FAD) is an online faculty activity reporting system designed to make it easier for faculty to maintain and complete an accurate record of ongoing activities and accomplishments (teaching, research, service, public and international engagement) that can be used to produce faculty activity reports as well as bio-sketches, accreditation reports, web site bios, and standardized University promotion and tenure CVs.

How does FAD benefit users?

FAD allows users to enter activity information once and use it for multiple purposes. For example, a user would enter a conference presentation only once and that information can be included in different types of reports such as a CV, annual activity report, accreditation report, bio sketch, or department web site bio. Users can enter information throughout the year and decide what information they wish to share.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Why use a web-based faculty activity database?

A: Faculty and administrators must prepare annual activity reports, promotion and tenure documents, lists of awards/honors, accreditation reports, and more. A web-based activity reporting system like the FAD makes these tasks easier: faculty only need to enter the information into FAD once, and the information can be used to generate real-time reports accurately and efficiently. The system is available to faculty any time and is accessible from any computer with an Internet connection.

Q: Who should use the Faculty Activities Database?

A: Any faculty person who needs to submit an annual activities report should have an account in the system.

Q: Do I need to sign up for an account?

A: If you are a faculty member within the Dept of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine you should already have an account. New faculty will be added to the system by the database administrator. If you are unsure about whether or not you should have an account, please contact dbertanjoli@pathology.ubc.ca.

Q: How do I login?

A: Log in at FAD using your email address and the password sent to you by the database administrator. Contact dbertanjoli@pathology.ubc.ca with any login problems or questions.

Q: How often do I have to use the FAD?

A: There is no requirement regarding how often you should use the system; however, you will need to record all new activities prior to the due date of the annual faculty activities report.

Q: What if my activity doesn't fit into any existing category?

A: Please refer to UBC's CV guidelines. If you still cannot find a location for your activity, please contact dbertanjoli@pathology.ubc.ca

Q: I've entered information. How do I submit it?

A: All you need to do is enter and save your information within the system.

Q: How do I create a report?

A: To access reports, including the Faculty Activities Report, click on the “Reports” link on the left-hand side of your screen. Select a type of the report you want to print from the dropdown menu and click 'run report'.

Q: Who has access to the information I enter into the FAD?

A:Currently, you, your department chair, database administrator.

Contact

For questions or help with your FAD account

We invite you to explore and provide feedback or ask questions. Please contact: Debbie Bertanjoli, Database Administrator: dbertanjoli@pathology.ubc.ca