Assess learning outcomes achievement, monitor students’ performance against program goals, and share valuable feedback to promote deeper reflection on student learning experiences.
Georgia College & State University Chooses Watermark to Improve Student & Institutional Outcomes
We’re on a mission to create a future of better learning with innovative technology that helps colleges and universities improve outcomes. Our systems enable institutions to streamline data collection across campus and engage administrators, faculty, and students in a process of continual reflection and growth. We believe that when you spend less time collecting data and more time learning from it, anything is possible.
Establish a central home for assessment, accreditation, program review, and strategic planning processes. With transparency and clear guidance for all stakeholders, you can create a solid foundation for meaningful assessment across your institution.
Assessing learning outcome achievement is better with active faculty engagement and readily available data. Get to meaningful data more quickly with our user-friendly tools for collecting evidence, scoring student work, and reporting on outcomes.
Support learning by involving students in the assessment process. Our customizable ePortfolios offer a variety of ways to assess learning on and off campus, showcase student achievements over time, and encourage students to reflect on their experiences holistically.
Simplify internal processes, save time on reporting, showcase faculty accomplishments, and more effectively share your story with prospective students, accreditors and funders.
Watermark puts better data into the hands of administrators, educators, and students everywhere.
"Taskstream by Watermark has allowed SPCC to maintain costs and maximize resources by leveraging assessment management software to provide the senior leadership, the board of trustees, and the entire college community with critically needed strategic plan monitoring reports."
Jill Millard, Associate Vice President of Planning & Institutional Effectiveness, South Piedmont Community College