University of Holy Cross Eliminated PDFs and Paper Assessments for 90% of Faculty

When the University of Holy Cross began planning the data collection process for their Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), they were facing the possibility of going through piles of paper copies of rubrics, tallying scores, and creating endless Excel spreadsheets.

By implementing Watermark Planning & Self-Study, they were able to streamline data collection and reporting and get over 90% of faculty on board with the new system.

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Loyola New Orleans Maintains High Response Rates Through Transition to Course Evaluations & Surveys
Loyola New Orleans Maintains High Response Rates Through Transition to Course Evaluations & Surveys

Loyola University New Orleans created an effective digital process for course evaluations and surveys that ...

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Real-Time Assessment and Accreditation Reports in Minutes vs. Weeks at University of North Alabama
Real-Time Assessment and Accreditation Reports in Minutes vs. Weeks at University of North Alabama

Planning & Self-Study helped the University of North Alabama get more than 85% of faculty to finish annual ...

Pull course evaluations into faculty reviews without extra effort.

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