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ePF Orientation


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Electronic Performance Feedback AKA "ePF" can basically be thought of as an artful integration of three tables of data..

1)  Performance_Feedbacks - This is where you add information about your performance for a given academic cycle

2)  User_Activities - any academic activity that is not a PubMed tracked activity, ie bedside teaching, academic posters, patents etc

3) Publications - if you can find it on PubMed it goes in this table

Even if ePF did not exist keeping tables 2) and 3) up to date is immensely useful to your department(s) as the date can and is used in the here and now to chronicle your collective achievements as part of a team.


How to prepare your ePF report 2015?

Preparing your ePF is a four or five step process, depending on your preference.

1. open the My ePF template and fill out baseline information

2. add your User Activities; roles and activities in each pillar that can be identified under the available headers.

3. use the Pubmed button to search and import your publications. If added by hand, please use the same template.

4. choose the ePF PDF print button to receive a PDF of your report. If complete, save and send this document to your section head/department head.

5. you have the option to download your Canadian Common CV as an HTML and then upload it into this site. After, you can click and choose ingredients from the CCCV to save these as User Activities. Once saved as user activities, activities would show up in an ePF print. 


How do teams fit in ?

A team can be made up of members of an academic department. When the team admins go to compile their annual academic reports the system looks at all the date in tables 2) and 3) and compiles an academic report in one click.


Whats in it for you ?

There are a growing number of CV export tools that are at your disposal in your dashboard. We are also working towards bidirectional support of CommonCV synchronization. The goal is to provide you with tools that save you time and effort.


Who owns all this great technology ?

The University of Manitoba


Preparing your ePF

Preparing your ePF is a four or five step process, depending on your preference.

1. open the My ePF template and fill out baseline information

2. add your User Activities; roles and activities in each pillar that can be identified under the available headers.

3. use the Pubmed button to search and import your publications. If added by hand, please use the same template.

4. choose the ePF PDF print button to receive a PDF of your report. If complete, save and send this document to your section head/department head.

5. you have the option to download your Canadian Common CV as an HTML and then upload it into this site. After, you can click and choose ingredients from the CCCV to save these as User Activities. Once saved as user activities, activities would show up in an ePF print.

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ePF Video Tutorials

Orientation > ePF Orientation > page created on 08 Mar 2016 >


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Adding your academic user activities

Orientation > ePF Orientation > page created on 10 Nov 2015 >


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Orientation > ePF Orientation > page created on 10 Nov 2015 >


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