Annual Space Survey Fiscal Year 2017 2018 Accessing
Annual Space Survey Fiscal Year 2017 2018 Accessing the Survey Before you Begin: The INSITE Survey Manager is optimized to work with Google Chrome or Firefox. Use of an unsupported browser may interfere with the applications performance. If you experience
performance issues please clear your web browsers cache. If you need assistance, please call Cost & Space Analysis. Accessing the Survey When the new survey is generated only one user per organization will receive notification via email. Users may access their survey by clicking on the button labeled Insite on the Administrative Systems page of the UAB website. http://www.uab.edu/adminsys/
Accessing the Survey Users will be directed to Central Authentication Once you have logged in you will be redirected to INSITE for login. Click the Sign In button. Accessing the Survey The space survey may be accessed by clicking on the folder labeled Space Survey in the navigator on the left.
Click on the folder or the plus sign. A menu option called Surveyor Link will appear. Click the link to access your survey. Survey Home Page Always be sure to check the Survey System Message for new or important information upon accessing your survey. Survey Home Page
Once you have viewed the Survey System Message, your survey home page will appear. Survey Home Page The very first item in the top left-hand corner should be your name space survey. Any time you find yourself away from this home page, simply click your name to return back to this page. Survey Home Page
The initial survey list displays status, facility, floor, room, organization and use. There is also an option to show or hide specific columns and a filter to choose the number of records to display at one time. Survey Home Page To view more details of your survey click on the check box labeled Show All Changes in Survey List on the lower
right side of the screen. Please note that this might take a few minutes to process. Survey Home Page After clicking on the Show All Changes checkbox, the following fields can be seen from the survey home page: use, responsible person, principal investigator, functions, occupants and accounts. Changes made are highlighted in yellow.
Survey Home Page Click the box labeled Dont Wrap Text in Survey List to change the appearance of the survey list. Survey Home Page Space Survey Statistics Overview: Total area: Total area in square feet currently being surveyed. Does not include rooms that have been accepted and no longer appear on the list. The total will eventually be 0 when all records have been reconciled by Space Analysis.
Updated: Items that have been edited and saved. Submitted: Items that have been edited saved and are ready for review by Space Analysis. Pending: No action has been taken on this space Survey Home Page Space Survey Status Overview: To filter the survey by status click the check box next to the status.
Total area automatically recalculates to reflect only unhidden records. Records will remain hidden until box is unchecked. Survey Home Page Space Survey Statistics Overview: When rooms reach the completed status, Space Analysis will reconcile the spaces. Once the reconciliation is done, spaces that have been accepted will no longer appear on
the users survey list. The survey list will not be active throughout the year outside of the survey period. Survey Home Page Floor Plans: To view the floor plans for your survey click on the link on the blue bar located by your home link and above the Survey List heading. Survey Home Page
Floor Plans: A new window will appear. This window allows you to view your floor plans by facility and floor. You can filter your floor plans by organization or facility. Survey Home Page Floor Plans: To view the plan for the desired facility and floor click on the icon to the right of the organization number.
Survey Home Page Floor Plans: The floor plan that you have chosen will appear in a new window. Survey Home Page Floor Plans: The legend can be turned off if needed. Simply click on the Hide Legend box and then click on the button labeled Redraw Floor Plan.
Survey Home Page Floor Plans: Space labels may also be removed by simply clicking on the Hide Space Label box and then clicking on the button Redraw Floor Plan. Survey Home Page Floor Plans: Space labels may be modified so that only certain information is
displayed. Click the box labeled Space Label Field Selection. A list of values will appear. Survey Home Page Floor Plans: Deselect the fields that you would like to remove from the drawing and click the Redraw Floor Plan button. Survey Home Page
Floor Plans: Another feature of the floor plans is that other layers of the drawing such as walls, may be turned on or off. Simply click on the box of the layer that you would like off and click Redraw Floor Plans. Survey Home Page Floor Plans: A sample of turning a layer off of a drawing is below.
Survey Home Page Filter Mechanism: Users have the ability to view or filter the survey by organization (if the user is assigned multiple organizations), facility name, floor, room and use type. To clear filters simply click on the clear all filters button. Survey Home Page Changing records from the survey list or block coding:
Users have the ability to change a single field in multiple records from the space survey list without having to edit each individual room. To change fields for multiple spaces from the survey list, first click the check box next to the space or spaces that are to be updated. Survey Home Page Changing records from the survey list or block coding: Next, click on the button labeled Update Selected Spaces located on the left side of the page underneath the filtering mechanism.
Survey Home Page Changing records from the survey list or block coding: A new window will appear. Check the field that you desire to update. Survey Home Page Changing records from the survey list or block coding: After checking the desired field you will see additional information to help you make your changes. An example of responsible person change is shown.
Survey Home Page Changing records from the survey list or block coding: When the desired information is chosen click on the Update Selected Records button. Once the button is clicked the field will be updated in the selected records. Survey Home Page Submitting multiple records at one time:
To submit multiple records at one time, first select the records you wish to submit by clicking on the checkboxes to the left of the records. This will activate the button to the left labeled Submit Selected Spaces. Click the button. Survey Home Page Submitting multiple records at one time: As demonstrated below, the records have now been submitted. Submitted items may still be edited if necessary. It is not necessary to have the items returned to you. You may NOT reassign a submitted record.
Survey Home Page Reports: There is a link in the top blue bar to the reports that are available to assist you in completing your survey. Survey Home Page Reports: 1.
Sponsored People Report: A listing of people in your organization that were paid from an account with a Uniform Guidance code of Sponsored Instruction, Sponsored Research or Other Sponsored Activities 2. Sponsored Accounts Report: A listing of accounts (grant award number and g/l alias) in your organization that were paid from an account with a Uniform Guidance code
of Sponsored Instruction, Sponsored Research or Other Sponsored Activities 3. Supported Rooms Report: A detailed listing of supported rooms entered into the supported rooms tab 4.
Room Detail Report: A detailed listing of your survey list 5. Room Detail Excel Format: Excel download of Room Detail Report Survey Home Page Tools: 1.
Survey List: This tool functions just like the home link that contains the surveyors name. Click on this option to return to your survey home page at any point. 2. Survey History: This link will allow you to view the survey history of the items on your survey. It allows the user to view past changes to
demographic data. 3. Accepted Items: This link will allow you to view items that have already been accepted by Space Analysis. This link will only be active during the space survey period. Edit a Space
Getting Started: Click on the pencil and paper icon to the left of the space on the space list to edit. Survey Form Current Space Information: Current space information is listed at the lefthand side of the survey form. Information included here is facility, floor, room, area, organization, use, current functions,
occupants, principal investigator, accounts, responsible person. Also included here are buttons that allow you to navigate to the previous record or the next record in the listing. The date, time and status of the most current update to the space is also listed. Survey Form Update Survey Record:
To update a survey record without submitting it for review, click on the blue button labeled Update Survey Record located directly above the tab labeled Room Info. This will save your changes and put the space in the Updated category. Survey Form Submit Survey Record: To submit a survey record for review, click on the green button labeled Submit Survey Record located directly above the tab labeled Occupancy Info. This will
save your changes and put the space in the Submitted category. Survey Form Copying Records: To copy multiple fields to either a single room or multiple rooms, click on the button labeled Copy Values from this Record in the upper right side of the survey form. Survey Form
Copying Records: A new window will appear. Survey Form Copying Records: Check the boxes next to the items that you wish to copy. Check the boxes next to the spaces to which the information will be copied. Survey Form
Copying Records: You may use the filter feature here to find the spaces to which you would like to copy the selected fields. Survey Form Copying Records: Select the spaces by clicking in the check box. Click on the Copy Values button at the bottom of the screen. Survey Form
Copying Records: A warning message will appear. If you are ready to copy, click Yes, Copy These Values. Survey Form Copying Records: The selected spaces have now been updated as shown here in the details screen. Survey Form Floor Plans:
To view the floor plan for the room that you are in, click on the button labeled Show Floor Plan located in the top right area of the survey form. Survey Form Floor Plans: A new window will appear populated with the floor plan for the room that is currently being surveyed. The floor plan for the room is in the shaded area. Please refer to slides 17-23 for more information about the floor plan.
Survey Form Room Information Tab: You have the ability to change the room use if you see that the use is listed incorrectly. To change the use, first click on the checkbox labeled New Use Assignment. This will activate the list of values to the right. Next, simply choose the use that seems appropriate for the space. Room use definitions may be found on the Cost & Space Analysis website or you may click on the button labeled Custom Use Help at the bottom of the page.
Survey Form Room Information Tab: You may change both the PI or Responsible Person from the Room Information tab. For both features, click on the box by the word new to activate the list of values. Then simply choose from the listing. You may also choose the box labeled none. Survey Form Room Information Tab:
Please note: Principal Investigator is a REQUIRED field for the following room types: Research Lab, Research Lab Service, Computational Research Lab, Computational Research Lab Service, Environmental Chambers, Water Treatment, Sterilization Room, Clinical Research Office, and Clinical Research Room. Failing to enter PI in these rooms will cause an error message. Survey Form Room Information Tab:
Room comments may be added here. There is a timestamp feature for the room comments. Users may find this helpful if more than one person is working on the survey at a time. Simply click on the icon that resembles a clock to add a timestamp. Survey Form Room Information Tab: Station Count is now a required field for the following room types: classroom, clinical research office, faculty office, office, office
service, research lab, and seminar rooms. For these room types the Station Count field will be indicated in red. Rooms with this requirement will not pass the submission rules unless a number is entered. Station count may vary by room type but the general rule of thumb is number of workstations. Survey Form
Room Information Tab: Reassigning Space To reassign a space to another organization, choose the organization from the drop down menu and click the Reassign Survey button. If the organization is not known, click on the check box labeled unknown organization and click the Reassign Survey button. Click on if you are having trouble finding the name of the organization. Users will have to do this for each room that needs to be reassigned to another organization. If you have several rooms to reassign, please contact Space Analysis for assistance.
Survey Form STOP If your department is UNDER the $500,000 research threshold OR your department is NON-ACADEMIC you are NOT required to fill out any further information! Survey List
Listing of Joint Use (J-JT) Room Types: Communications Room Office Kitchen Communications Room Service Office Service
Conference Room Other Special Uses Conference Room Service Processing Room Data Processing/Computer
Reading Study Room Data Processing/Computer Service Reading/Study Room Service Demonstration
Receiving Demonstration Service Seminar Room Independent Study Lab Seminar Service
Independent Study Lab Service Shop Lounge Shop Service
Lounge Service Study Service Meeting Room Unit Storage Meeting Room Service
Waste Storage Office / Faculty Office Waste Storage Service Survey Form Function Information Tab: Joint Use
If the space is one of the listed Joint Use room types, the Function Information will appear as below. Please note, function changes are not allowed for Joint Use spaces. Survey Form Function Information Tab: Non-joint use Click the check box labeled Function Change to change the function of the space. Click on the function(s) in the function list that is appropriate for the room and click the to add a function. To delete a function, click on the by the
function you wish to delete. Next add the appropriate percentages in the Percent box. Survey Form Function Information Tab: Function percentages must total to 100% otherwise the room will NOT be accepted by the system. If there is a function change, the user will need to manually adjust the percentages. Use the function comments section for comments about the spaces functions. The custom function help button may be
used to access definitions for each available function. Survey Form Occupancy Information Tab: Occupancy change: To add a new occupant, click the check box labeled occupancy change. To search by organization, use the drop down menu. To search by last name, type part or all of a persons last name in the box labeled last name starts with and click the Find button. Click on the persons name that you wish to add in the person list box and then click the . To delete a person, click on the by that
persons name. Survey Form Occupancy Information Tab: If there are no occupants in a room, check the box labeled no occupants. If you need to add comments about occupants or need to add unpaid persons to the room, use the occupancy comments box. The timestamp feature is also available here.
Survey Form Account Information Tab: Account change: To add a new account, click the check box labeled account change. To search by organization, use the drop down menu. To search by account number (g/l alias or g/a award number), type part or all of the alias or award number in the box labeled grant number starts with and click the Find button. Click on the account that you wish to add in the account list box and then click the . To delete an account, simply click on the by the account you wish to delete.
Survey Form Account Information Tab: If there are no accounts in a room, check the box labeled no accounts. If you need to add comments about accounts or need to add unlisted accounts to the room, use the accounts comments box. The timestamp feature is also available here. Survey Form Supported Rooms Tab:
The Supported Rooms Tab will appear for any lab service area on your survey. This feature allows the surveyor to provide the room numbers for which the lab service area supports and requires nothing further. When the spaces are reconciled, the function will be automatically calculated based on the functionalization of the corresponding labs provided. It is then not necessary to list accounts or occupants as the supported labs are listed and the information is linked. If the Supported Rooms Tab appears, it is required that the supporting room numbers be provided by the surveyor. For a
tutorial on how to use the Supported Rooms Tab, please click here. Survey Form Supported Rooms Tab: List of Lab Service Use Types Research Lab Service Computational Research Lab Service Environmental Chambers Water Treatment
Sterilization Room Survey Form Supported Rooms Tab: 1. First select the Facility of the lab(s) from the List of Values 2.
Next select the appropriate floor 3. Choose the lab(s) from the list of values Click to highlight the rooms you wish to choose. Use the to add the rooms.
4. Please note that the final percentage will not be calculated until the space survey is reconciled by Space Analysis. Survey Form Quality Assurance Warnings: The space survey system validates based on 6 business rules. Space can not be submitted if any of the following 6 conditions have been violated:
1. Function percentages must total to 100% 2. Space coded to Sponsored Research, Sponsored Instruction or Other Sponsored Activities must have corresponding occupants entered into the space. 3. Space coded to Sponsored Research, Sponsored Instruction or Other Sponsored Activities must have corresponding accounts entered into the space. 4. PI is not entered for spaces requiring the PI field to be entered. 5. Station Count must be entered for rooms with Station Count
requirement. 6. Supported rooms must be entered in all spaces with the requirement of supported rooms. Common Mistakes NOT walking or being familiar with space Claiming 100% Sponsored Research in rooms that are utilized by students Vacant space should be functionalized as 100%
Vacant Confusing Sponsored Research with Departmental Research (Departmental Research should be included with Instruction (non-sponsored)). Common Mistakes Non-Academic departments should never use the function Departmental Administration Academic Departments should never use the function
General Administration Academic Departments should never use the function Sponsored Projects Administration The Academic Library function should ONLY be used for Mervyn Sterne and Lister Hill Libraries.
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