When Howest University of Applied Sciences adopted Canvas in 2018, they needed to make evaluations and surveys easily accessible within the learning management system. Course Evaluations & Surveys (formerly EvaluationKIT) offered seamless integration with their new LMS, along with features to help boost response rates. The result? The school is able to gather feedback from more students and easily create effective reports for faculty and administrators.
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Want your faculty to embrace your new online faculty activity reporting system? These tips can help you get "buy-in" from faculty and maximize results from your new solution.
Faculty wear many hats, and it's often hard to prioritize -- especially when it comes to outcomes reporting. Learn how Purdue helped faculty understand why it's worth the effort.
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.
Texas State University experienced incredible time savings after implementing Watermark Faculty Success, thanks to automated review, promotion and tenure processes and easy data entry.
Howard University knew a shift to new technology would be a big investment in resources. Learn how they got funding and support, ways to stagger onboarding, and their secret to instant faculty buy-in.
Howard University knew they needed multiple technology solutions to help with their assessment and accreditation processes. Discover the steps they took to successfully implement those new solutions.
By implementing Faculty Success, West Virginia University eliminated a paper-based process and made it possible to pull accreditation reports quickly and easily.
Direct and indirect measurement work together to support an effective assessment strategy. But it’s often difficult to keep track of both. Learn how to overcome common challenges in this blog post.
When it comes to reporting on learning outcomes, how do you get faculty to understand what they're doing and why? Get helpful advice from Purdue University on getting faculty on board.
Looking for ways to empower and energize faculty and support staff around a new faculty activity reporting solution? This session will show you how University of North Carolina Wilmington did it.
Learn how University of Holy Cross uses multiple integrated technology solutions to create a holistic assessment approach that supports institutional effectiveness planning and reporting.
External review is a critical part of the review, promotion, and tenure process, but managing it can be a headache. Learn how Watermark Faculty Success can help.
Efficiently import faculty activity information instead of wasting hours on data entry. Learn how two schools use this Faculty Success feature to report on and promote faculty accomplishments.
Help faculty members see the benefits of maintaining their professional activities and qualifications in a digital 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.
Loyola University New Orleans created an effective digital process for course evaluations and surveys that gives faculty valuable feedback in real time, while keeping it simple for students.
Getting started with your assessment process comes with its challenges. Read here to learn all of the tips and tricks to successfully lay the foundation for your assessment strategy.
Community colleges and associate degree-granting institutions have unique challenges when it comes to assessment. Check out this post to learn the key strategies to assessment success.
You're in higher ed to make a difference in people's lives, and we're here to help. Learn how Watermark helps you go beyond the numbers to really tell your institution's story.
Essential content relies on three building blocks. Learn how to use those three building blocks to create content that clearly ties to learning outcomes and encourages deeper learning.