Are you looking for insights and best practices as you continue planning for a range of scenarios in Fall 2020?

Higher education shifted drastically as a result of COVID-19, with the unprecedented closure of campuses in March creating extraordinary challenges for students, faculty, and staff. This Spring, the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA) and Watermark both launched national surveys designed to shed light on the impact to teaching & learning, assessment, student feedback, curriculum, as well as faculty support and development.

Moderated by Dr. Natasha Jankowski and featuring an esteemed group of panelists, this joint Watermark and NILOA webinar will offer collective insight into how institutions are planning to move forward this fall and beyond.

In this joint webinar, we’ll share a snapshot of the changes across more than 1,000 different responding institutions as well as suggested practices to support mission-critical processes in a new, COVID-altered landscape. We will also explore:

  • What kinds of assessment-related changes are yielding the most benefit for students and faculty
  • How to better prepare faculty for online instruction, assessment, and activity reporting
  • Planning to ensure continuity of core institutional processes
  • What kinds of data to collect and use to continue driving institutional improvements

For more insights, download Watermark’s research report, COVID-19 and Your Campus: Impacts on Teaching & Learning and Institutional Effectiveness.

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Natasha Jankowski
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Louis Slimak
West Virginia University
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Jerry Edmonds
Syracuse University
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Watermark Staff