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Digital Measures is a state-of-the-art reporting tool for faculty at the College of Law. Faculty use the Digital Measures system to report recent academic information and accomplishments, and have the opportunity to update or edit previous information that has already been imported into the system.
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The Digital Measures initiative is managed by University IS&T, but Law Technology services can assist with most HelpDesk issues. (Submit a ticket.)
Use Digital Measures to input any recent activities, academic projects, awards or accomplishments. Updates made in the system will be reflected on your online faculty profile. You also may generate an automated CV using Digital Measures custom reporting functionality.
If you are unsure which category to choose for a given activity, please see the category reference table.
If you are unsure which category to use, click here to view a table of different possible entries and corresponding categories. If you are still unsure which category fits your entry, please contact the HelpDesk.
All information previously stored on FIMS (through December 2011) will be transferred to your Digital Measures portfolio. There is no limit for new faculty entries.
Digital Measures currently does not offer an automated system for uploading and scanning documents. Since Digital Measures is web-based, however, updates to the system are made frequently. This type of functionality may be implemented in the future, but as of 2012, it is not an option.
Faculty support staff may enter data on behalf of professors. If you are a member of faculty support and have trouble accessing an account, please contact the HelpDesk.
All faculty can access Digital Measures and are expected to submit their activities into the system. Clinical, library, and RWA faculty have the same access-level and available features as all other professors.
Currently, the Digital Measures system only supports CV reporting. If you are interested in generating a different type of custom report, please contact the HelpDesk.
To generate a printable copy of your CV, please select "PDF" from the export options. When the PDF has downloaded, open it and select "Print."
If you have finished entering your annual data, you may wish to export annual summaries as a CV. Watch the video on generating a CV report.
College of Law system administrators and university upper-level administrators will have access to your Digital Measures entries. In the future, we hope to be able to push the limited data entered in Digital Measures into faculty directory pages to illustrate recent activities without duplicate entry.
Aside from pre-populated demographic data, only information given by the user will be stored. Faculty members have the opportunity to choose which professional information can be shared.
The Digital Measures system is committed to keeping your information secure. All Digital Measures servers are firewalled and implement an intrusion detection system, while transmitted data is encrypted over a 128-bit SSL connection.