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Digital Measures Faculty Activity Reporting

Annual Faculty Reporting

Each year, faculty are asked to report their activities using Digital Measures. This typically takes place September – October, though activities can be entered any time of year. During the reporting period, we require faculty to provide a copy of the syllabus for each of their taught courses (which can be done at any time during the year), provide an updated professional CV, acknowledge that they have completed the activity reporting process in Digital Measures, and complete the faculty qualification process.

Information from Digital Measures is used to facilitate the annual review process, faculty evaluations, and review for merit raises. It is also essential to maintaining the College’s AACSB Accreditation.

Logging In to Digital Measures

If you're ready to use Digital Measures, you can use the following link to login. This will use your standard DuckID and password combination you use throughout campus.

Digital Measures login: https://www.digitalmeasures.com/login/uoregon/faculty/authentication/authenticateShibboleth.do

For detailed and important information on entering data into Digital Measures, please check out the  PDF iconDigital Measures User Manual.

Once you are logged in, you can view the Faculty/Staff Guide at the top of the page or directly by using the following link: https://www.digitalmeasures.com/activity-insight/docs/guide.html

Faculty Qualification Process

For AACSB accreditation, faculty are categorized into AACSB faculty qualifications. To engage faculty in this process, we ask faculty to indicate activities that qualify them for one category using our reporting form. To read the complete official qualification definitions, please click here: PDF iconLundquist_Faculty_Qualifications_v5.pdf.

Additionally you can review these presentation slides which offer helpful information on Digital Measures and the reporting process: FileTTF-Digital-Measures-Training-Presentation-Sept-2019.pptx

We also need faculty to submit an annotated Digital Measures CV that provides evidence of the qualification and ensures data entry in Digital Measures.

Fall 2019 Trainings/Open Lab Sessions

We will hold several training and open lab sessions this fall in the Chiles Computing Lab, Lillis 326.

  • Thur, Oct 3rd
    • NTTF Training Session | 10:00 – 11:00
    • TTF Training Session | 2:30 – 3:30
  • Wed, Oct 9th
    • Drop-in Session | 10:30 – 11:30
  • Wed, Oct 16th
    • NTTF/TTF Training Session | 1:00 – 2:00
  • Thur, Oct 17th
    • Drop-in Session | 10:30 – 11:30
    • Drop-in Session | 2:00 – 3:00

Reporting Form

Step-by-step details of the entire reporting and AACSB qualification process are provided directly on the Annual Activity Reporting Confirmation page. Please login to complete all required steps.

Please note: You do not need to complete all steps at once. You can upload files, select qualification options, etc and the information will be automatically saved. You can safely navigate away at any time.

Questions?  Need help?

Email our Digital Measures team at lcbdmadmin@uoregon.edu with questions.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: How do I ensure that my In Progress Publications show on the Performance Summary?

A: To ensure they show on the Works In Progress section, you must indicate both a “Date Started” and “Expected Date of Submission”. If you are unsure of your expected date of submission, selecting something in the distant future will suffice. Once you submit or receive an acceptance, you can change the dates as needed. You can also delete the record, should you take a different course in the future.

Q: Which Digital Measures screens are most important?

A: The screens that are most important are those that populate reports including the Performance Summary and AACSB tables. Please take extra care to update the following screens: Publications; Presentations; Awards & Honors; Contracts, Fellowships, Grants & Sponsored Research; Service (University, College, Department; Professional; Public), and Consulting

Q: How is my Lundquist website faculty profile updated?

A: Publications will be updated on your Lundquist website profile if, in Digital Measures, they have a Current Status of Published, Accepted, Conditionally Accepted, Working Paper, or In Preparation; Not Yet Submitted. Published, Accepted, and Conditionally Accepted publications will display on your web profile Publications tab. Working Papers and In Preparation; Not Yet Submitted publications will display on your web profile Current Projects tab.

Q: How do I customize a CV from Digital Measures?

A: Digital Measures allows you to generate a standard CV from the information you have entered. For instructions on doing this (and how to customize it) please see: https://www.digitalmeasures.com/activity-insight/docs/reporting.html


Updated on: 
Sep 27, 2019