New CV Import Feature in Digital Measures
Faculty can now upload their curriculum vitae to Digital Measures, allowing them to populate their data on the service up to five times faster than if they manually entered the data. Uploading their updated CV helps to automatically populate several fields, reducing the amount of manual entries.
Faculty can learn how to upload their CV to Digital Measures by watching a short video.
For additional assistance, contact your departmental administrator or the Digital Measures Support Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Digital Measures
Digital Measures is a web-based solution that allows faculty to view, enter and track their teaching, research and service activities. This central repository streamlines the personnel review process for annual faculty activity reports, promotion and tenure decisions. This powerful tool has been launched on campus as a collaboration between the Office of the Provost and IT Services.
With Digital Measures, faculty can record their accomplishments throughout the year in one place as well as customize CVs, update bios with templates for federal grants and generate reports to highlight publications. Digital Measures also allows faculty to run reports on courses taught in a term, credit hours generated, dissertation committees they chaired and hours spent per term on university service.
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