True Cross-Campus Collaboration: Creating a Unified Reporting Strategy

Presented by

Dawn Johnson-Tate and Christina Moody of Bowie State, Yolanda Edwards of Winston-Salem University

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There are many different paths an institution can take on its journey to creating a comprehensive assessment and accreditation reporting strategy, but the goals are the same: better data collection, improved information sharing, and collaboration across teams. Bowie State University and Winston-Salem State University share how they achieved these goals by adopting Watermark Planning & Self-Study and Student Learning & Licensure, including: - Key benefits of using both solutions to support assessment and accreditation - The game-changing features that encouraged even the most resistant users to get on board - Strategic advice for finding room in the budget (and your schedule!) to take on new tools This presentation is a recording from the Watermark Engage 2022 Conference

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