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Digital Measures Project Site

About Digital Measures

The university is introducing a new web based application called UTA Digital Measures to help faculty collect, organize, and display their data for the purposes of annual reviews, promotion and tenure, and more.  Digital Measures is being used successfully at other UT institutions and will provide us with a centralized data resource to help colleges, departments and the university manage large reporting processes in a more time efficient way. It will also improve the ability to track and report faculty activities for both internal and external purposes. 

The College of Business has successfully adopted this new application and the College of Engineering is next as we roll out this faculty profile system across the entire campus. In order to implement Digital Measures initially for the College of Engineering, there are four main phases identified by the project team.

 DM - Project Phases

Project Status

We are currently in User Acceptance Testing (UAT) with the College of Social Work. A select group of Unit Representatives is reviewing the imported data, reports, and screens to ensure the system setup is aligned with their college and department requirements. We will be reviewing the Pilot Testing results and if needed, any required updates will be implemented. Also, we are preparing for the rollout phase with the College of Engineering. Faculty from Bioengineering, IMSE, and MSE have been requested to validate their CVs and profile in the new System. Training and help sessions are in progress to assist Faculty with this step. Finally, the project team keeps working with other College representatives to define the implementation of Digital Measures University wide. Overall, the project is on target.

Contact Information

The Digital Measures project is currently supported through the joint efforts of the Office of the Provost, Vice President for Academic Affairs, and the Office of Information Technology (OIT). Please feel free to contact the project team with any questions and suggestions you may have at