Faculty members and administrators in seven colleges will soon be able to use their WVU MyID credentials to log in to Digital Measures, a leading faculty-activity reporting tool.
The transition should be completed by July 1 for the School of Public Health, Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources and the College of Creative Arts. The School of Pharmacy, College of Business & Economics, Eberly College of Arts and Sciences, and College of Education and Human Services will then be completed as quickly as possible.
Other schools and colleges that want to partner with Digital Measures should contact Sara.Bishop@mail.wvu.edu. The credential switch is possible because of WVU’s membership in the InCommon Federation, an identity management association for U.S. research and education institutions and their sponsored partners.
Campus Labs Baseline (http://www.campuslabs.com/products/baseline/) is already authenticating through InCommon, and WVU Student Affairs will soon begin using the service. Campus Labs Baseline is an online platform that can track Student Affairs assessment activities, collect data, and assess learning outside the classroom to improve the student experience.