Institutions need to know if students are learning what the faculty have intended them to learn. Discover h...
In this guide, you'll discover the benefits of teacher evaluation surveys and how to use faculty evaluation data in your institutional planning and improvement efforts.
Roanoke-Chowan Community College replaced their existing course evaluation solution with Watermark and response rates tripled. Learn how you can do the same in this case study.
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.
Learn how Fairmont State got 100% of faculty to complete annual review reporting and took advantage of Watermark's integration capabilities to create a more complete view into faculty achievement.
Learn how Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University uses Course Evaluations & Surveys to gather feedback that supports program review and accreditation in addition to faculty review.
With Watermark Course Evaluations & Surveys with Faculty Success, committee members can easily access up-to-date course evaluation and survey results as part of the faculty activity reporting process.
Learn four essential strategies to improve student engagement, boost learners' interest in their education, and drive institutional advancement and continuous improvement.
No matter where learning happens, course evaluations are essential. Here's how to create a successful strategy for course evaluations and institutional surveys.
Learn how Embry-Riddle uses Course Evaluations & Surveys to collect tailored data, use the information to inform faculty reviews, monitor learning outcomes, and respond to accreditation requirements.
Virtually every college and university has some form of a student feedback process. However, for many institutions, the process of administering course evaluations is cumbersome, lacks automation,...
Asking students to complete multiple course evaluations can cause them to disengage or feel fatigued with the process. Here's how to avoid overwhelming students with course evaluations and surveys.
Institutions need to know if students are learning what the faculty have intended them to learn. Discover how Watermark solutions can help faculty close the loop on assessment.
Understanding the types of bias in student surveys and course evaluations can help you learn to avoid them, creating more precise and dependable data for your higher education institution.
This guide offers simple steps to align your assessment process with HLC accreditation requirements and standards and use Watermark solutions to streamline data collection and reporting.
Looking for a way to easily incorporate both direct and indirect measures of student learning in your outcomes assessments? Here's how we connect them into a single, centralized assessment plan.
Connected data is changing higher education and allowing schools to continually review and reflect on the student learning experience. Use these 4 tips to create an effective analytics strategy.
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.
As you continue to adapt and evolve key processes on campus, you might be considering new software to support the effort. Here are a few ways to know whether it’s the right time for new technology.
Most institutional accreditation bodies require end-of-course assessments, but its also worth gathering feedback to help faculty improve, evolve curriculum, and enhance the student experience.
You know you need new software, but you're not sure how to make it happen. Our guide offers actionable advice for finding, funding, and implementing new technology solutions on campus.