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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.
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When it comes to assessment reporting, your success hinges upon getting the right data to inform your action plan. Watch this video to see how you can get better insights with Watermark's software.
Wilmington University discusses the value of a strong quality assurance system and ways to simplify the evidence collection and reporting process for CAEP Standard 5 and Advanced-Level Programs.
Learn three best practices to simplify and streamline the program review process so you can spend more time using your assessment data to define goals, track metrics, and discuss plans for the future.
When you're striving for continuous improvement, your conversations around assessment data need to be as productive as possible. Here are three ways to make that happen.
When it comes to assessment and continuous improvement, you want to ensure a simple process for all of your stakeholders while maximizing everyone's time. We've got you covered.
Don't waste time collecting and collating assessment data from multiple systems. Learn how to integrate Blackboard with Watermark solutions to unlock the full picture of your institution.
As your stakeholders complete their assessment reports, it can be tough to find and incorporate the data they need to include as evidence. Watermark’s smart connections make it simple.
Drowning in data? Here are some tips to help you take the information you gather during assessment and actually do something with it.
The assessment process can often feel like a chore. Here are 8 tips to make measurement super simple for faculty and administrators.
As you’re fine-tuning your assessment process, it can be helpful to step all the way back and look at how your institution defines measurement.
Wilmington University outlines their approach to quantitative and qualitative data collection for CAEP accreditation, including specific examples of evidence collection & reporting for Standards 2-4.
Why is curriculum mapping so difficult? Try these tips to save time, reduce conflict, and effectively organize your learning outcomes for assessment.
Why map learning outcomes to courses? Learn how curriculum mapping can simplify and strengthen your assessment process.
With a SACSCOC reaffirmation on the horizon, Union University made a swift transition to a new accreditation and assessment system that helped simplify processes across campus.
When it comes to assessment and accreditation reporting, every unit in your institution should focus on outcomes that tie back to your mission statement, and non-academic units are no different.
Overwhelmed by your upcoming CAEP accreditation review? Unsure about how to provide complete alignment with CAEP standards? Uneasy about a virtual CAEP assessment? Our webinar series can help!
Writing great outcomes for assessment reporting can be more difficult than you think. To make it easy to track meaningful progress, try these tips for developing quality outcomes.