Faculty/Extension Specialists Reporting on Accomplishments and Research Impacts

DM Reporting Due February 3, 2017!


Year 2: Reporting in Digital Measures (DM)  

The College of Agriculture is federally mandated to report the impacts from Federal Formula dollars (Hatch, Smith-Lever, Animal Health and McIntyre-Stennis).  We use your Formula and Competitive grant information from your research, extension and outreach programs to show how we’ve made a difference to Indiana stakeholders. All faculty and Extension Specialists in the College of Agriculture, College of Health and Human Sciences, and College of Veterinary Medicine receiving Formula funding are required to report.

2015 USDA Report of Annual Accomplishments​


​​Traini​ng Classes, Documents, and Helpful Tools  

Training on Digital Measures takes just about an hour. We encourage everyone to attend a face-to-face or live webinar ​to learn the short-cuts that will further streamline your reporting processes. 



More Digital Mea​sures Features

Digital Measures is also a powerful CV-oriented database that you are free to start using at any time. Formal training on the CV features will be available in Spring 2016.  If you provided a 2015 CV to us, students are busy uploading this information (2010-2015).  Send your CV to dmcv@purdue.edu you haven’t already done so.

Digital Measures Help

Email dmhelp@lists.purdue.edu or Dawn Parks at dwparks@purdue.edu​.​​​​​​​​​​


Who should report into Digital Measures?​

  • Every faculty member in the college, with a few rare exceptions, must report into Digital Measures. Please contact Dawn Parks if you think you are an exception.​
  • If you are a Co-PI on a Hatch, McIntyre Stennis, Smith Lever, Animal Health or other formula funding, AND someone else is writing the Digital Measures report, you must find another grant to report on.

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