Digital Measures is a web-based application that allows you to create an online portfolio and share your teaching, scholarship, and service stories. You can easily track your teaching, scholarship, and service activities throughout the year by importing information directly from tools such as Crossref, Web of Science, ORCID, EndNote, Google Scholar, and RefWorks. Your information will be shared to attract talented students and faculty, promote key successes to the university community and external stakeholders, and facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration.
Digital Measures saves you time by:
Each College of Education department or school may use Digital Measures differently, based on guidelines developed with faculty.
If you are experiencing trouble using Digital Measures, you may submit an issue by calling 438-HELP, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or logging into the self-service website.
Photos may take up to 6 hours to appear on a website. If your photo does not show after that time frame please contact support.
Any item (but mostly publications) that show a date on the website require a date to be entered in Digital Measures. The default value of "01" will show for any month or date not entered.
Intellectual Contributions/Publications must have all required fields populated before the entry can be saved. Look for a red asterik to indicate which fields are required. There are two fields that commonly trick people. Those are the "If a student, what is his/her level?" field in the Authors section and the date fields towards the bottom of an entry. At least one date type is required.
Visit the Digital Measures knowledge base for more information.