It’s no secret that engaging all of your campus stakeholders in meaningful assessment can be challenging.

The Strengths Practice is a social science framework (Ashford, LeCroy and Lortie 2006) that focuses on identifying participants’ strengths. A strengths-based approach can help institutions move away from top-down processes and more actively involve faculty by leveraging their unique skills and contributions in the assessment process. The result is a more collaborative dynamic and greater faculty investment in the important work of campus-wide learning outcomes assessment.

In this webinar, we’ll show you how Watermark technology can help you adopt a strengths-based approach to assessment. We have more than 20 years of experience helping more than 1,400 institutions like yours with a consultative approach and tools that foster greater collaboration and transparency across campus.

Learn how our Assessment and Accreditation Planning solution will enable you to:

  • Create flexible, customizable workspaces for all your campus departments and programs
  • Support team-based processes with check-in/check-out workflows and review protocols
  • Generate reports and align results with intended outcomes to make data-informed decisions

You’ll leave this webinar with a better understanding of how to apply the strengths-based framework and utilize technology start driving positive change at your institution.

Presenter
Jeremy Tatum
Watermark