Static binders don't tell the whole story of a faculty member navigating the promotion and tenure process, instead offering a snapshot of a person's academic story and career path at a specific point in time. Learn how Columbus State University used Faculty Success (formerly Digital Measures) to create a more dynamic process for faculty activity reporting – in just four months.
Today's job market calls for more flexible academic options and skill-based education. As higher ed continu...
By adopting Watermark Faculty Success, UNCW was able to get 100% buy-in at the three schools within the first year. How? Clearly defined use cases, alignment with processes, and a pilot program.
Educational equity provides students with the resources they need to increase their chances of success and promote a bright future. Read this post to learn how to foster equity at your institution.
Meaningful and sustainable assessment tools help manage data, present developments, and deliver quantitative assessments of impact. Learn how to create a sustainable process with Watermark technology.
Learn how different offices at Linn-Benton Community College use Watermark's student success solution to contribute their own "chapter" to each student's story and support them in their journey.
Student Learning & Licensure helped the College of Education and Human Services at Seton Hall University create reports to satisfy CAEP requirements and track student progress across programs.
You can keep gifted students on track for academic success when you know how to identify them, understand why they're at risk, and have strategies to keep them engaged.
Higher education institutions can fight the challenges of student retention. Learn about the most significant challenges and some strategies your institution can take to mitigate these risk factors.
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.
The ability to analyze and report on key data can transform your institution. But data solutions don't always create the expected results. This eBook will teach you what data can and can't do for you.
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.
What does it take to navigate the political and financial realities to secure the best technology? Howard University shows you how to get buy-in to bring assessment technology on board.
A consistent approach to faculty activity reporting creates a single source of truth that both faculty and administrators can rely on. Learn how the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business did it.
These quick tips will help streamline your software purchasing process by making sure you’re prepared to make the right decision, defend it, and see it through contract signoff.
Community colleges have unique needs and challenges that they face each semester, and many community colleges struggle with retaining students. Learn how predictive analytics can help close the gap.
The Minority Male Success Initiative was developed to increase progression and completion rates and strengthen outcomes. Review the impact results through Spring 2022.
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.
Dr. Stephen Hundley and Dr. Susan Kahn discuss their book, Trends in Assessment: Ideas, Opportunities, and Issues for Higher Education. Use their insights to stay relevant and keep up with new trends.
ePortfolios help community and technical college students collect, organize, and showcase their work, while administrators can harness an ePortfolio's convenient features for efficient assessments.
Today's job market calls for more flexible academic options and skill-based education. As higher ed continues to transform, administrators must pay attention to global trends in higher education.
Direct and indirect measurements work together to create a complete picture of student learning. Learn how Watermark’s solutions expand your assessment strategy by helping surface and manage both.