1. Log in to the Web Asset Management System.
  2. Add the publication to the Personnel Management System database. Only publications in the database can be added to Extension programs.

To add multiple scholastic works to a single program:

  1. Once the publication is in the Web Asset Management System database, on the Main Menu, click Extension Programs.
  2. Find the program you want to add a scholastic work to and click “Pubs” in the fifth column.
  3. Use the filters to find the scholastic work you want to add.
  4. Click Edit next to the scholastic work.
  5. On the far right, mark Add.
  6. On the left, click Update.

To add a single scholastic work to multiple programs:

  1. Once the publication is in the Web Asset Management System database, on the Main Menu, click Publications.
  2. Find the scholastic work you want to add to the program pages and click “Programs” in the fifth column.
  3. Select the program you want from the dropdown list.
  4. Click Add Program.
  5. Repeat until all desired programs are added.
Kozsan, T., Andrews, A and Moore, R. 2019, How to add scholastic works to an Extension program page, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno
 

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Working Effectively with American Indian Populations: A Brief Overview of Federal Indian Policy
An understanding of current American Indian issues requires a basic familiarity with federal Indian policy. This fact sheet provides a brief overview of these policies spanning two centuries. The policies are presented as policy “eras” in chronological order.
Singletary, L. and Emm, S. 2011, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Working Effectively with American Indian Populations: Great Basin and Columbia Plateau Indian Culture
American Indians of the western range refers to American Indians who reside in a region of the western U.S. bordered on the west by the Sierra and Cascade mountains and on the east by the Rocky Mountains (Woodhead, 1995). The western range includes the Columbia Plateau and Great ...
Singletary, L. and Emm, S. 2011, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Know NEPA: Important Points for Public Participation Part One of a Two-Part Series
Part One of this series provides the reader a condensed description of NEPA and the analytical and comment process.
McCuin, G. Schultz, B., and Orr, R. 2009, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno, FS-09-14
NEPA Response: A Guide for Reading and Responding to NEPA Documents Part Two of a Two Part Series
Part Two offers a strategy for dissecting a voluminous NEPA document into manageable bites in order to quickly determine the effect of its proposed action on the reader and to provide suggestions for writing effective responses to the proposing agency.
McCuin, G., Schultz, B. and Orr, R. 2009, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno, FS-09-15
 

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