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In coping with COVID-related disruption, institutions have found opportunities to make positive changes, including adopting new or underutilized technologies to support teaching and learning.
A panel of educators moderated by Natasha Jankowski, Executive Director of NILOA, discussed how to continue assessment during an "asterisk semester" caused by COVID-19.
As COVID drives an unprecedented amount of change, registrars are taking the opportunity to consider the role of course catalogs as their institutions move forward into an uncertain future.
During COVID, course evaluations offer an opportunity to learn how students are adapting, understand the challenges they face, and determine the effectiveness of course delivery and structure.
We’re collecting resources with a specific focus on mitigating the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on teaching and learning and institutional effectiveness efforts. Check back often for new articles.
“Uncertainty” is quickly becoming a buzzword, but in the time of COVID-19, it’s an accurate assessment of the state of higher education surveys and evaluations.
Open lines of communication on campus are vital, but take on additional importance during times of change or disruption. An integrated course evaluation and survey solution keeps your campus connected
When the unexpected happens, how can you maintain institutional effectiveness despite disruption? Here are 4 ways to maintain institutional effectiveness through COVID and beyond.
Though we often think of them supplementing in-person instruction, ePortfolios provide important opportunities to ensure that the distance learning experience is just as rich and powerful.
Today more than ever, higher education institutions are exploring digital tools for key campus processes, and for very good reason. If you’ve ever tried to reconcile data from two different...