Digital Measures Activity Insight 101 is an online data collection and management portal used by Georgia State University faculty to enter, manage, and report on professional information pertaining to their teaching, research, and service activities. Faculty are encouraged to track their achievements in Digital Measures throughout the year as a means of preparing for annual reviews. Digital Measures Activity Insight:
- Provides a single place to keep current information about professional accomplishments
- Can record activity throughout the year, reducing the need for chairs and the college to make solicitations for reports for accrediting agencies, the University System, news media, and various university offices
- Can produce faculty-specific customized reports (including a personalized annual report and CV) as well as broader, college‐ and university-wide summary reports that pull data from across multiple years
- Features several bulk publication import options from third-party sources (e.g. Google Scholar [via BibTex file], CrossRef, PubMed, Web of Science, and more)
If you’re already familiar with Digital Measures, please click the button below to begin entering your data. If you’re using Digital Measures for the first time or if you need a refresher on how to use it, please see the section below for a user guide and training video.
Digital Measures is designed to allow faculty the flexibility to enter a wide range of achievements. This flexibility can seem overwhelming to new or occasional users, so if you’re new to Digital Measures or struggling to work your way through the layout, please download our Digital Measures Faculty Guide. We also have a video version with additional information, if you’d like a more in-depth review of the system.
Please contact your college-level Digital Measures administrator if you are experiencing login, account, or data entry issues.
|College of the Arts||Crystal Maddox|
|College of Arts & Sciences||John Medlock|
|Andrew Young School of Policy Studies||Avani Raval|
|College of Education & Human Development||Heather Henley|
|Institute for Biomedical Sciences||Kiana Stephenson|
|College of Law||Anjie Lymon|
|University Library||Ernest Lee Duncan, Jr.|
|Lewis College of Nursing & Health Professions||Vanessa Brown|
|Robinson College of Business||Tracy Widman|
|School of Public Health||Donna Holloway|