Faculty-Focused Technology for Higher Education
At DATA180, we’re on a mission to inform academe with smart, faculty-oriented technology. We’ve recently partnered with Interfolio to bring the most powerful, comprehensive, and user-friendly faculty activity reporting to higher education.
A Product For Faculty Activity Reporting
Faculty180, our faculty activity reporting platform, empowers any academic institution to gather valuable data on faculty teaching and research, and then use this data to inform analytics, reporting, and accreditation efforts.
- Maintain a central faculty data hub for institutional users at all levels
- Produce reports for faculty review, promotion, and tenure cases
- Customize requirements, permissions, and workflows for your school
- Define data input workflows for your faculty
- Establish standard data input templates for different common scenarios
- Distribute the right data to the offices that need it at your institution
- Empower scholars at your school to collaborate and network
- Inform leadership with agile reporting and visual analytics
Here are the core goals that guide our work:
Enable institutional leadership to study faculty activity data at any time of year.
Strategic institutional decisions should be backed up by sound, validated data. How can you establish faculty activity reporting practices that continuously inform the choices of the provost, deans, diversity office, human resources, registrar, and other campus leaders?
Power accreditation and other reporting needs with accurate, fast data.
Between teaching, research, and service, faculty in higher education have enough on their plate without having to wrestle with software not built for them. How can you roll out faculty activity reporting in a way that genuinely assists faculty with their own careers?
Make participation in activity reporting easy and beneficial for faculty.
Between teaching, research, and service, faculty in higher education have enough on their plate without having to wrestle with software not built for them. How can you roll out faculty activity reporting in a way that assists faculty with their own careers?