Overview of Activity Insight
In Spring 2018, UNCG elected to adopt Activity Insight by Digital Measures as the university-wide solution for faculty activity tracking and reporting. Activity Insight promises substantial benefits by helping the University streamline processes and improve data as we move faculty activity tracking and reviews into an enterprise system. Successful implementation will eliminate highly manual processes reliant on tools that are not automated and/or designed to accommodate those processes. It will help us avoid redundant data entry into multiple systems with data maintenance and synchronization challenges. Instead, Activity Insight will use data feeds from existing systems (e.g., Banner) as we build a consolidated, reliable repository for faculty credential, activity, and review information.
The project initial roll-out of Activity Insight focuses on faculty reviews. In 19-20, all reviews for tenured/tenure-track faculty will occur using Activity Insight. In 20-21, the system will be expanded to include activity tracking and reviews for non-tenure-track faculty.
To learn more about the product and its benefits, see:
- 9/12/18 – Memo from Senior Vice Provost Alan Boyette RE: Implementation Update – Activity Insight (AI) Faculty Activity Reporting Tool
- 5/17/18 – Provost Announces Activity Insight
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Provost Dunn Announces Activity Insight Implementation at UNCG
Read Provost Dunn’s memo from March 26, 2018 regarding Activity Insight at UNCG. UNCG’s implementation of Activity Insight for faculty activity tracking and reviews is underway. There is a pilot this year to be followed by wider faculty adoption in 2019-2020. Read the News post for more.Read more
Pilot for Faculty Data Entry
From 6/13/18 through 8/13/18, a pilot for faculty data entry will be conducted using standard reports, such as CV activity. This includes a subset of tenured/tenure-track faculty to pilot activity data entry & reporting, and review workflow in parallel with existing systems.Read more
Activity Insight Data Entry Commences October 2018
AI live for all Faculty data entry with Sedona migrated and Rameses and Banner data integratedRead more
Training for AI Data Entry – Begins October 26, 2018
Training will be on Fridays from 1:00pm-3:00pm led by The Vice Provost and Dean of the Graduate School, Dr. Kelly Burke, at various locations around campus. Individual and department training will be available upon request.Read more
Bryan School Annual Review Live in AI – January 2019
Submissions for P&T, PTR – March 2019
All Annual Reviews Completed in AI – Spring 2019
Phase II Expansion, Enhancement Plan Ready.Read more
To learn more about UNCG’s implementation project, see our Implementation Plan.