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Faculty180: Faculty Reporting System

Welcome to the Faculty180 Reporting System Information Portal

ECU has selected Faculty180 as the university-wide activity reporting system. After researching products and conducting surveys and focus groups across the campus, a committee of faculty, staff and administrators determined that Faculty180 best meets our collective reporting needs.

This site provides information about the Faculty180 project including the rosters of committee members, progress of implementation, links to resources and news and announcements.

As we proceed with the implementation of Faculty180, keep a record of new activities and maintain your CV within your files. DO NOT enter new information into Sedona. The Faculty180 launch and training opportunities will be announced as they become available.

About Faculty180

Faculty180 is a tool for reporting activities of faculty, departments, colleges and the university as a whole. Faculty180 will facilitate tenure and promotion and annual performance review processes.

Faculty180 was chosen because its interface and system features will make collecting and reporting information and managing evaluation processes more effective. System capabilities include:


What Do I Need to Do Right Now?

  1. STOP entering new data and correcting previous data in Sedona after these dates:
    • April 1, 2017 for 9-month faculty
    • July 1, 2017 for 12-month faculty
  2. Download data and documents from Sedona for your records. Sedona will remain open for this purpose only.
    Suggestions include:
    • CV
    • Documents and visual/audio materials
  3. Maintain a record of new activities to enter into Faculty180 when it becomes available. 
  4. Update your directory information in Banner Self Service. Banner Self-Service instructions.
  5. Watch for Faculty180 and related training announcements during fall semester.

www.ecu.edu/itcs/help/sedona

Questions? faculty180@ecu.edu
  • Importing faculty publication records from various bibliographic sources such as SCOPUS
  • Assisting departments in standardizing information such as journal titles, for example, and eliminating redundancies
  • Facilitating management of data at various levels–individual, department, school, college and university
  • Providing customized CV templates and reports
  • Managing review processes electronically