UM Training Materials
- Overview and Navigation Getting Started Guide
- How to Choose a Delegate
- Open Activity Period Getting Started Guide
- Activities Form Quick Reference Guide
- Scholarly Contributions & Creative Activities Getting Started Guide
- Batch Loading Citations in Scholarly Contributions and Creative Activities
- Where's my FAS data? How FAS Scholarly Contributions transferred to myVita
- Grants Getting Started Guide
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How to bookmark myVITA in your browser:
For your protection, a layer of security is in place that may make it difficult for you to automatically bookmark the link to myVITA. The following instructions will guide you on how to manually bookmark the correct link in your browser.
How to Assign a Delegate in myVITA:
The myVITA Access Settings feature allows faculty to choose another person as a delegate. Delegates whom you select will be able to enter information for you. To learn more about how to set up a delegate, click here: How to Choose a Delegate
Vendor Online Training
MyVITA has a variety of online training resources that were developed by the vendor, Data180, to help faculty learn and navigate the new system. Help content includes:
- Videos for faculty
- Videos for system administrators
These materials can be accessed by clicking the Help link in the top menu of myVITA. The system also has Help bubbles with question marks near many sections or fields that can be clicked to access contextual help.