Digital Measures Information/Training Session


Jan. 27, 2015, 12am to 1:30am
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Office/Remote Location

Room 145


Digital Measures is a tool for academic faculty to track in- and out-of-classroom instructional; research; creative; clinical and service activities. By adding our scholarly achievements to this comprehensive repository, Digital Measures will enable us to enter information once for various individual, department, college, and university uses — such as annual achievement reporting (self-evaluation); mid-tenure, tenure and promotion applications; vitae and bio-sketches for grant applications; accreditation self-studies; college bibliographies; and mandatory System reports.

This session is scheduled for 90-minutes and will include an introduction to Digital Measures, how to access and navigate the system, how to add data to the system, building/running reports and followed-up with questions and answers.

Admission Information

To attend, we request that you RSVP for this session.

Although we will try to accommodate as many as possible, space is limited.

Contact Information

Faculty, Policy, and Research
Wonda Riner

External Sponsor

Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty, Policy, and Research