Digital Profiles is a simple and effective way to store and export data on a faculty level and a departmental level. This program allows you to input and organize your information on teaching, service activities, research, grants etc. while also having the capability to download this data as a specific form, such as a 16A, CV or NSF Sketch.
This guide will get you on the right track to starting your Digital Measures Profile. Begin by looking over the descriptions of this guide's pages:
How to Use Digital Profiles: Understand how to start your Profile and get a feel for the layout of the program, including its two main features: Entering Data and Displaying Data.
Entering Data: The first of DP's features; learn the basics of imputing your information onto the website with tutorials, step-by-step instructions and testimonials. A sub-page of this includes importing citations from a secondary site and additional tips and features.
Displaying Data: The second of DP's features; learn how beneficial Digital Profiles really is with these tutorials and testimonials on how to download forms.
Benefits of Digital Profiles: Understand where this information is being used and how effortless DP makes communication across the campus.