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A guide to resources of interest to researchers at the University of New England, Australia.
Last Updated: Aug 22, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Publication list of research outputs: using Chute

Chute is used to create the publication list of research outputs needed for your Academic Promotions.

If you are already signed up to Chute, login to Chute. On the Chute homepage, click on 'Academic Promotion Report':

Academic Promotions report

This will generate a list including  A1, B1, C1, E1 & NTRO e-publications@UNE records published between 2011 and 2016. For example:

Academic promotions list

To be included, eligible research outputs need to have been submitted to e-publications@UNE at least 3 weeks prior to the date you intend to print your list.

You may add optional works separately if you choose, using the 'optional works' list generated from Chute.

If you are not registered for Chute, you can access and sign up to Chute via e-publications@une

Impact and citation bibliometrics

If you want to investigate impact and citation bibliometrics, the following pages may be of assistance:


Library support

The University Library can provide support for academic promotions. This page includes guidance on using Chute to produce a researcher's publication list of research outputs.

Note: this will not include publications still in the 'Pending’ queue (that is, submitted to e-publications@une but not processed).




e-publications@UNE is the institutional research repository of the University of New England at Armidale, NSW Australia.



Chute homepage

Chute is the automated system to find research outputs by UNE authors. 

Chute searches for new research outputs affiliated with the University of New England within the Scopus database and will populate the e-publications@une submission form with most of the publication details. Chute uses identifiers such as your UNE ID, ORCID iD and Scopus Author ID to match to the correct research outputs.


Contact us

Researcher Services Librarians may be able to provide support for creating the Academic Promotion publication list, and assistance on impact and citation bibliometrics.

Please contact the Library as soon as possible to request support as we expect high demand: 

CRICOS Provider Code 00003G

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