Digital Measures Activity Insight™ is a secure, reliable web-based tool for faculty to manage their research, teaching, and service activities. More than 600 colleges and universities, including several Big 10 institutions, use this system. The Office of Academic Affairs maintains an Activity Insight™ license for the entire campus.

The College of Business Administration makes extensive use of Activity Insight and recently used its extensive reporting functions in its successful reaccreditation efforts. The College of Journalism and Mass Communications and the Institute for Agriculture and Natural Resources are evaluating Activity Insight for use by their faculty.

Log-in Page

Access to Digital Measures Activity Insight™ is through the UNL campus authorization system.

  1. You must have an account on the Digital Measures server in order to log-in.
  2. Visit the UNL campus authentication web page to log-in to Digital Measures Activity Insight™.
  3. Use your Blackboard/my.unl.edu user id and password to access your account.
  4. This user's guide offers assistance for Activity Insight™.
  5. The Digital Measures Orientation & Training Guide offers more detailed information about use.

 

The Digital Measures National Users Group
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has joined five other institutions to form a Digital Measures' users group. UNL has signed a 5-year contract with Digital Measures (DM) to host Activity Insight™ , a faculty activity and reporting database.

UNL was invited to join the University of Connecticut, Pennsylvania State, Ohio State, the University of Iowa, and the University of Georgia in an effort to build a consortium of Digital Measurers clients to help coordinate larger scale upgrade and enhancement requests for Activity Insight™. Other campuses that have been invited to join include Cornell, Virginia Tech., and the University of Minnesota.

More information about Digital Measures and Activity Insight™ can be found at the web site: http://www.digitalmeasures.com.  Contact Lance C. Pérez, 402-472-3751, for questions or comments about this project.

Orientation and Training Guide

Download the Digital Measures Orientation & Training Guide for more detailed information about use.