Drury University Saves Hours on Assessment With Planning & Self-Study

November 1, 2021

Paper-based systems for assessments and program reviews created huge delays in assessment reporting for Drury University. Inconsistent formats, multiple criteria for grading, and spotty data collection created huge complications, and the academic affairs team was struggling to catch up.

By implementing Watermark Planning & Self-Study, the school was able to create a consistent digital process that includes deadline reminders, standardized templates, and integrated student artifacts.

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