- CV imports are coming mid-May! Faculty/Staff written guide. Video guide
- As of 1/1/2020 - Digital Measures will no longer support MS Explorer 11.
- As of 12/10/19 - Digital Measures has made some screen updates. The majority of these
changes are cosmetic; however, they have added a drag-and-drop feature for files,
rich text formatting for text boxes (which will carry through to reports as well)
and text wrap for drop down options. These updates get us one step closer to the
new CV import capability that the vendor is planning to launch next year!
Professional Activity Capture Tool
Click here to login to PACT
How does PACT work for me?
Audit form (for correcting data on the following screens):
- Permanent Data
- Yearly Data
- Administrative Assignments
- Licensures & Certifications (when required as part of your teaching credentials)
- Assigned Workload Information
- Teaching Schedule
Proxy Request form - request a proxy for a faculty member, section, department, or college (approval signatures
PACT training manual
The library has two blog posts on how to export citations from GIL-Find and EndNote in order to upload them into PACT! or into a citation manager.
One-page Training handout (what's imported vs. what's manually entered)
Quick Reference Guide
ORCID Integration Guide
NOTE: only the faculty members can set up the ORCID integration. Proxies cannot
because ORCID will be looking for the faculty member's credentials (login and password)
not the Proxy's credentials.
How to Import your CV
Creating a customized CV
PACT allows you to create a customized CV report and save it. It will automatically
update when you add information in the PACT system. So, for example, if you would
like to have a 3-year vita that includes specific categories in a specific order,
you can save the format and then run it whenever you like.
Instructions for Entering Committees into PACT
Flipping committees forward to the next year
Faculty Evaluation Instructions
Click here to view a short video on the system's benefits from Executive Vice President and
Provost, Dr. Caughman.