Watermark is pleased to support Inside Higher Ed’s 2019 Survey of College and University Presidents, conducted with Gallup and released in connection with the American Council on Education’s annual meeting in Philadelphia. This year’s survey includes compelling, and at times, confounding data around current sentiments on campus race relations, strings-attached donations, skepticism of higher education, and institutional financial stability. As a featured sponsor, Watermark welcomes the opportunity to support research and initiatives that bring to light key issues in higher education.
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Watermark conducted a national survey of higher ed professionals in May 2020 to understand the impact of COVID-19 on students, faculty, staff, and essential processes across higher education.
Help faculty members see the benefits of maintaining their professional activities and qualifications in a faculty activity reporting system.
A faculty activity reporting system not only gives you easy access to the information you need, but frees up faculty to focus on teaching, scholarship, and service.
Grading and learning outcomes assessment are complementary activities that work together to support and improve teaching and learning. But can you quickly explain the difference between the two?
How do formative vs. summative assessment (or what many call “assessment for learning” and “assessment of learning”) differ and how do they both support and improve teaching & learning?
In the third installment of our 3MAT series, we’ll take a look at course vs. program assessment to understand where they overlap but, more so, how they differ in purpose, scope, timing, and structure.