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This site contains various resources which will help Berkeley Academic Personnel efficiently use APBears.

 

(blue star) To access the APBears application, go to https://apbears.berkeley.edu/

Getting Started

General guidance on how APBears works.

Help Topics

Guidance for using specific screens & functionality in APBears.

Frequently Asked Questions

Commonly asked questions about APBears with answers and links to related material in Help Topics and Getting Started.

Training

Information regarding upcoming workshops and links to training materials and navigation tools.

Glossary of Terms

A list of terms commonly used in the review process and APBears.

Glossary of Routing Actions

A list of routing actions and a "what happens when you click the link" description for each action.

About APBears

APBears, the Academic Personnel Berkeley Electronic Achievement and Review System, is a web application which enables faculty to:

  • electronically capture and store their achievements in a systematic and consistent manner
  • expedite the merit review process by electronically routing the online review documents to specified reviewers
  • minimize paper waste associated with the review process by offering documents electronically
  • standardize and streamline the review process
  • increase the merit review security by storing and routing critical review documents online

Additional information on the development of APBears can be found at:

Contact Us!


For help with issues, questions, or feedback on APBears please send us an email. We'd love to hear from you!

The IST Service Center will provide support for APBears as of August 29.

Support Hours: 8:00am - 5:00pm, Monday-Friday, excluding holidays

Contact us at:

apbears@berkeley.edu

Statistics

 

12/3/10

1/21/11

3/25/11

7/27/11

Cases in Departments

197

165

144

226

Cases in Deans' offices

28

80

51

32

Cases at APO

5

39

101

17

Cases to BC

0

0

21

107

Cases returned to APO by BC

0

0

3

27

Cases in Final Decision

0

0

0

36

Cases Closed

0

0

0

31

Total

230

284

320

476

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