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Hear how Georgia Gwinnett College drove campuswide adoption that encouraged innovation across student affairs, classroom research, alumni relations, and other areas.
Hear how three new Watermark solutions have centralized and improved the University of Jamestown's assessment processes.
Assessment and accreditation reporting isn't just about compliance. With the right strategy, your data will tell you what needs to change at your institution to support student success.
With new software, user training and support is just one piece of the puzzle. Learn how Middle Tennessee State used a 4-step implementation and adoption strategy to improve essential campus processes.
See how the Gateways module in Student Learning & Licensure simplifies the management of licensure and program requirements while creating a clear view of student progress.
Meaningful and sustainable assessment tools help manage data, present developments, and deliver quantitative assessments of impact. Learn how to create a sustainable process with Watermark technology.
ePortfolios offer a way to receive educator feedback while simultaneously providing students with tangible evidence of their completed work for future employers or references for later work.
Student Learning & Licensure helped the College of Education and Human Services at Seton Hall University create reports to satisfy CAEP requirements and track student progress across programs.
If your technology or procedures are not in line with other institutions, your enrollment will likely suffer. Read about the competitive landscape and what students look for in colleges.
What does it take to navigate the political and financial realities to secure the best technology? Howard University shows you how to get buy-in to bring assessment technology on board.
Purdue adopted Planning & Self-Study to track and monitor this assessment effectively include data about service activities into key reports. Now, their faculty see the value of outcomes reporting.
With so many new ideas around assessment, how do you know which trends to adopt and which to ignore? In this post, experts from IUPUI share key trends to evolve your assessment strategy.
Learn how TESU uses outcomes assessment as an opportunity to reflect on their work, exchange ideas, and cultivate best practices to support and enhance the value of the educational experience.
See how to link student feedback to institutional learning and non-academic outcomes to gain deeper insight into student performance using Planning & Self-Study and Course Evaluations & Surveys.
Glenn Phillips of Howard University offers advice for onboarding new solutions to advance assessment, accreditation, and evaluation initiatives on your campus as a technology champion.
Get ready for your institution's next peer review visit with the helpful tips in this guide and gain the confidence to pass the accreditation renewal process with flying colors.
How often you need to submit a self-study will depend on the accrediting agency and the type of accreditation you've earned. Learn the ins and outs of the submission process in this blog post.
To keep their enrollment numbers up, many schools seek out accreditation. This process can vary in length and complexity based on the accrediting association and the institution it's assessing.
New initiatives require a cultural shift and for staff to dedicate hours and effort they don't have to spare. Learn how our team supported North Central State as they adopted Aviso.
Technology is an essential tool for turning process into progress at your institution. Learn how to develop an effective adoption strategy and ultimately boost innovation at your institution.