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A New Perspective on Course Evaluation and Student Surveys
As institutions adjust to new tools, technologies, and techniques, it is more important than ever to gather useful data to help students and instructors make the most of online teaching and learning.
Adapting Processes & Policies for Curriculum, Catalog and Syllabus Management
Curricula, catalogs, and syllabi are often “untouchable” once they’re considered final. How did Provosts and Registrars deal with the significant disruption COVID caused in Spring 2020?
New Opportunities to Advance Assessment
Adapting courses for fully online or hybrid learning models creates new opportunities to advance the quality of teaching and learning while improving assessment practices.
New Ways To Capture Faculty Teaching, Research & Service
As you adjust and refine your faculty activity reporting processes, take advantage of opportunities to simplify measurement and reporting strategies to align with evolving expectations for faculty.
Streamline University and Faculty Review Processes
A digitized faculty activity reporting workflow streamlines and supports your proven review process while lightening the load for faculty, reviewers, and administration.
7 Self-Study Pro Tips from Peer Reviewers
Learn the best practices recommended by 9 peer reviewers for gathering and sharing your institution’s mission, accomplishments, and evidence.
5 Pro Tips from Peer Reviewers
Nine peer reviewers shared their insights for hosting a successful onsite visit from a peer review team.