Showcase faculty activities, streamline reviews

  • Make it easy for faculty to upload and update their details
  • Flow course evaluation feedback into review and tenure cycles
  • Automatically keep your website current with the latest accomplishments

Faculty achievements and CVs inform annual reviews, strategic decisions, accreditation reporting, and your website — and they require constant updating. Faculty Success creates a central data source to simplify and empower this data everywhere you need it.

What to Expect

What to Expect

Easily capture and contribute key data

Administrators and faculty can import their CVs, make updates on the fly, and review their data when needed, based on pre-set alerts and timelines. No more endless data entry or massive updates each year.
Capture data from the source your faculty trust most: their own CVs. Our patent-pending technology enables users to import and validate accomplishments directly from their CVs, requiring 80% less time than manual data entry.
With CV imports, faculty achievements and credentials flow into a central database. Data is not lost in file cabinets, thumb drives, in other campus systems or multiple locations.
The result? Faculty have more valuable time to focus on meaningful work. Faculty Success integrates with campus systems and publication repositories to ensure accuracy and reduce additional data entry time.

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Administrators and faculty can import their CVs, make updates on the fly, and review their data when needed, based on pre-set alerts and timelines. No more endless data entry or massive updates each year.
Capture data from the source your faculty trust most: their own CVs. Our patent-pending technology enables users to import and validate accomplishments directly from their CVs, requiring 80% less time than manual data entry.
With CV imports, faculty achievements and credentials flow into a central database. Data is not lost in file cabinets, thumb drives, in other campus systems or multiple locations.
The result? Faculty have more valuable time to focus on meaningful work. Faculty Success integrates with campus systems and publication repositories to ensure accuracy and reduce additional data entry time.

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Once gathered, your faculty activity data is always available in one place, not in numerous filing cabinets or thumb drives across campus.

Did you know that faculty web profiles rank among the three most-read sections of any university’s website?

Watermark Faculty Success (formerly Digital Measures) can automatically populate web profiles so they’re always up to date, so your faculty has more time to make important gains for your institution to share their accomplishments.

At Montana State University, a searchable campus directory allows visitors to find faculty members by name or college/department, and faculty profiles include a tabbed interface that highlights presentations, publications, and research activity along with contact information and teaching schedules.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Education uses a tabbed format to supplement each faculty member’s profile, allowing visitors to uncover the information most relevant to their needs.

At Kent State University, website visitors can sort or search an alphabetical list of faculty members with prominently-displayed contact information, and then drill down into a tabbed web profile that offers details about publications, presentations, and research in progress. The site also offers a Guide to Experts resource which helps visitors identify knowledgeable resources in the College of Business Administration by category of expertise.

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The available workflow module digitizes faculty annual reviews, promotion and tenure, post-tenure review, sabbatical applications, and other processes requiring multiple touchpoints and reviews. With Workflow for Faculty Success, your established review processes run predictably every time, using the faculty data already captured in Faculty Success. Automated reminders keep the process on track and all participants can get real-time updates on progress, all in one secure system.

Use intuitive drag-and-drop tools to build digital processes that mirror your established review policies. Easily create custom forms to support multiple templates and schedules across departments, schools, and programs. Designate process participants and define their data access. Set deadlines and automatic reminders to keep the process on track.

Drive efficiency for faculty, administrators, and reviewers. Easily pull articles, evaluations, and CV data stored in Faculty Success into dossiers. Workflow secures your digitized materials and tracks progress, reducing busywork for administrative staff. Reviewers are able to access digitized materials via secure login – no more waiting for binders – and concurrent review eases bottlenecks in the process.

Workflow protects faculty materials from tampering, damage, or loss. Minimize the likelihood of costly, time-consuming appeals by enforcing a reliable and transparent process that ensures all reviews are handled correctly based on your policies. Only designated users are allowed access to review materials, and all feedback and decisions are documented throughout the process in a historical archive.

Lighten your load. Eliminate the need to move stacks of physical binders across campus with a digital process that can be completed any time, anywhere. Enable reviewers to complete their part of the process when it’s convenient for them. Give stakeholders role-specific insight into progress, eliminating the need for follow-up calls or emails to check status.

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Faculty Success connects directly with Course Evaluations & Surveys to place student responses into the annual review workflow to create a full picture of faculty activity, without time-consuming and error-prone manual data entry processes.

Increase efficiency

Accelerate the review process by eliminating time-consuming manual data entry. A completely seamless integration between Course Evaluations & Surveys (formerly EvaluationKIT) and Faculty Success (formerly Digital Measures) manages the mapping of course evaluation results to courses listed in faculty activity records, so there is no need to copy and paste, hunt for files, or switch back and forth between screens to bring the information together. Streamline the process further by importing results for multiple courses at a time.

Save time and refocus resources

Eliminate the “export, reformat, import” process each term. For an institution with 500 faculty, taking 15 minutes per faculty member, per term, to manually add course evaluation results to a packet of materials for the review process can take up to 125 hours. That’s more than three weeks. Integrating Course Evaluations & Surveys and Faculty Success (formerly Digital Measures) gives your faculty and administrators time back to spend in far more meaningful ways.

Enrich your reporting

Break down silos and connect data in new, innovative ways to streamline institutional processes, surface more valuable insights, and drive meaningful improvement. Inform critical review processes, add dimension to faculty records, and create a more complete picture of effectiveness through unified reporting.

Course evaluations from Watermark Course Evaluation & Institutional Surveys (formerly EvaluationKIT) flow directly into Faculty Success to inform faculty reviews and other processes.

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"Adopting web profiles was a big driver of our project to standardize and get faculty information on the web. Now students know what the faculty are doing, their background and expertise. The grants office, university relations, and the community knows the expertise of the faculty members on campus."

Michael Barber, Chief Information Officer

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