DARS (Degree Audit Reporting System)
Data DigestThe UW-Madison Data Digest is prepared by the Office of Academic Planning and Institutional Research (http://apa.wisc.edu/). The Data Digest contains useful, official information about the whole university - - and the College of Letters and Science within that realm - - in a succinct graphical format. The current and previous editions of the Data Digest are available here https://www.apir.wisc.edu/datadigest.htm.
DCSDivision of Continuing Studies - see website: http://www.dcs.wisc.edu/
Deferral Response Pending
This is a state in ARROW. Studies in this state have undergone IRB review and the IRB deferred review pending clarifications and modifications by the study team. In this state, the study team can either 1) respond to the committee request so that it returns to the IRB pre-review state for additional review, or 2) withdraw the application.
Someone granted permission to interact with another person's Office 365 account (email, calendar, address book, etc). This can include reading, writing, modifying, and deleting items.
a quality control device to measure the density of printing ink
the degree of color or darkness of an image or photograph
Deny Request to Reactivate
This is an activity in ARROW in which the IRB submission manager can deny a study team's request to reactivate a submission that was previously withdrawn by the IRB (e.g. due to lack of submission of a continuing review for a study that has an expired IRB approval). Execution of this activity will result in email notification to the study team that the request to reactivate has been denied and the study team will need to start the submission process over.
Deny Request to ReopenThis is an activity in ARROW in which the IRB submission manager can deny a study team's request to reopen a submission that was reported by the study team as completed or is in the closed state.
Department ID/UDDS, dept udds
A Department ID is the sequence of numbers that identifies a specific campus department, program, or entity. Historically, the Department ID was known as a "UDDS," which stands for "Unit, Division, Department, Subdepartment." This term is still in use in some resources, so we are including it in this glossary listing.
In more practical terms, a Department ID/UDDS is the unique combination of letters and numbers that identify the division, department, and possibly subdepartment, associated with a particular personnel, research, financial, or other activity or transaction.
EXAMPLE: The full Department ID for a particular Letters & Science Department would be written as : 48XXXX.
"48" stands for "College of Letters & Science"
"XXXX" are the four numbers that identify the specific department, program, project, or other administrative entity.
A list of Letters & Science Department ID/UDDS numbers can be found at:
Click on the link and you will be directed to the Accounting Services web site. Click on the Coding link on the left side of the screen. Click on the Organization/Dept ID. When the excel list opens click on A48 to find a list of all Letters & Science Departments and descriptions.
A profile that links the scanner device to Perceptive Content. Device profiles are set in scanner profiles.
metal rule or imaged block used to cut or place an image on paper in the finishing process
- MEES: Master of Engineering in Engine Systems. One of our more popular degrees
- MEM or Engineering Management: Master of Engineering Management (formally know as MEPP – Master of Engineering Practical Practice).
- SSE: Master of Engineering in Sustainable Systems Engineering
A UW–Madison college, school or equivalent organizational unit.
A special index key that is associated with custom properties.
In general, a document (noun) is a record or the capturing of some event or thing so that the information will not be lost.
Document capture is any one of several processes used to convert a physical document to another format, typically a digital representation.
Values set that define and describe a document. There are seven for campus’ implementation of ImageNow: Drawer, Doctype, and five optionable/customizable keys. Discrete documents cannot have the same value for all of the key(s) otherwise they will be considered the same document and effectively merged.
The document lifecycle is the sequence of stages that a document goes through from its creation to its eventual archival or destruction. Proper procedures throughout the document’s lifecycle are an important part of content management, a set of defined processes that help your KB Group obtain, organize, store and deliver information crucial to its operation in the most effective manner possible. The stages of a document’s lifecycle include: creation, storage (site access), categorizing (topics), keywords, metadata tagging, delivery or sharing, repurposing, review and reporting, archiving and / or destruction.
Document Review Mode
Click on the Title of a document in any queue: Active, In Review, In Progress, Inactive and/or Trash to see its content in read-only mode .
Document sanitization is the process of ensuring that only the intended information can be accessed from a document. In addition to making sure the document text doesn’t openly divulge anything it shouldn’t, such as outdated information or sensitive data.
DoITDivision of Information Technology. Handles instructional technology, administrative data processing, and other IT related activities for the campus. See website: https://it.wisc.edu
In email addresses, the domain is the part of an email address comes after the @ symbol. For example, for the email address of "firstname.lastname@example.org", the domain is "wisc.edu".
see duplex category
Documents in ImageNow are stored in drawers; the drawer of a document is a document key with unique properties: user access to view documents in drawers can be limited, views/filters typically focus on a single drawer, and the drawer key for a document is required.
Drilltypically 3 or 5 circular holes on the binding-edge of a sheet of paper, created by drilling through paper
a set of multiple pages that fold together, dropped by hand into machine
double-sided (see duplex category)
a halftone picture made up of two printed colors