Digital Measures stores information about faculty publications, presentations, grants, and other professional activity. Schools use Digital Measures to fullfill administrative reporting requirements. Your faculty profile page on the Pace website is also created from the information you enter in Digital Measures.
How to Get This Service
How to Get. If you are required to keep an update profile, your department will notify you and request an account be created for you. Optionaly, if you would like an account in order to have a profile page on the Pace website, reach out to your department.
Faculty that already have an account can go to the Digital Measures Login page and use your MyPace credentials to get started.
Consult with your department chair if you have questions about what type or how much content you are required to enter in Digital Measures as this varies by school.
Create a Help Desk ticket to request technical support or training.
- Go to help.pace.edu and login with your MyPace credentials
- Set the request type to Information Technology > Academic Technology > Digital Measures > Activity Insight
In January 2016 a new update to Digital Measures was released. The links below provide details describing what has changed.
|New User Interface Webinar||Check out this webinar tour on the new user interface in Digital Measures.|
|New User Interface||New User Interface example.|
|New Faculty Profile||New faculty profile example.|
How to Update Your Profile
|A Beginner's Guide||This tutorial gives a step-by-step introduction to operating Digital Measures. It includes how to login, navigate the interface, add information and update your Faculty Activity Report.|
|Adding an Item||Items in digital measures can include presentations, articles, grants, and other information from your CV. This tutorial will show you how to add an item in Digital Measures.|
|Deleting an Item||This tutorial will show you how to delete an item in Digital Measures.|
|Hide Activity from Public Profile||This tutorial goes over how to hide activity from your public profile, but still allow deans and reviewers access to review your work.|
|Course Evaluations||This tutorial is step-by-step guide to complete your course evaluation report.|
|Categorizing Activities Guide||A guide for finding out what goes where. Useful for learning where sections from your CV belong in Digital Measures.|
Digital Measures has built-in reports that can be included when preparing grant applications for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Science Foundation (NSF). For assistance with NIH and NSF grant proposals, contact Sally Dickerson in the Office of Sponsored Research.
|Adding an NIH/NSF Biographical Sketch Item||This tutorial shows how to add items in the NIH or NSF Biographical Sketch reports in Digital Measures. Please note: This is designed to help with creating a biographical sketch for NIH/NSF proposals. Please contact the Office of Academic Technologies with any feedback on the template in Digital Measures.|
|Proposal Development||The Office of Sponsored Research provides assistance with grant proposal development and resources for creating the NIH and NSF biographical sketches.|
Academic Technologies maintains a list of Frequently Asked Questions about Digital Measures.