Faculty Success (formerly Digital Measures) - Report Once and Use Many Times!
Middle Tennessee State University collects information for faculty annual reviews, annual evaluations and reports through Faculty Success (formerly Digital Measures). The system will be able to produce faculty annual review documents, CVs, pre-defined custom reports, ad hoc reports, and documentation to support Promotion & Tenure in real-time based on the information uploaded, entered, and curated in the database. It will also provide MTSU with reporting capabilities to support grant applications and help MTSU track metrics for the strategic plan. The software also gives colleges and departments the flexibility to create reports that are specific to their own unit and/or discipline needs.
The intent is that rather than multiple offices across campus asking faculty for information about their work several times each year in slightly different ways, faculty members will be asked for information about their activities in one place, using one tool, thus preventing them from having to duplicate reporting efforts. The site is available to update information anytime and from any computer or mobile device that has an internet connection.
Where appropriate, we will use data from Banner. The system also allows faculty to load BibTeX files so that you do not have to rekey any citation information currently available in variety of publication databases (e.g., Google Scholar, PubMed, Scopus, Web of Science).
ContactTeresa Johnson, Faculty Success Administrator Email: Teresa.Johnson@mtsu.edu Phone: 615-898-5544
Faculty Success Champions
|Vishwas Bedekar||Vishwas.Bedekar@mtsu.edu||Engineering Technology|
|Marva Lucas||Marva.Lucas@mtsu.edu||University Studies|
|Kat Mangione||Katherine.Mangione@mtsu.edu||Elementary & Special Education|
|Susan Martin||Susan.Martin@mtsu.edu||Walker Library|
|Scott McDaniel||Scott.McDaniel@mtsu.edu||University Studies|
|Shannon Randol||Shannon.Randol@mtsu.edu||Media Arts|
|Lee Wade||Lee.Wade@mtsu.edu||Criminal Justice Administration|