Making Faculty Activity Reporting Part of Everyday Life

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Allison Gillespie and Douglas Masterson, University of Southern Mississippi

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What if you didn’t have to remind faculty members to track their accomplishments, participate in review processes, or complete annual reporting tasks, and instead it was just automatic? That’s just the type of culture shift that happened at the University of Southern Mississippi when they implemented Watermark Faculty Success. In this webinar, you’ll see how the university made faculty activity reporting a part of everyday life by using a phased approach to build trust while gradually expanding use of the new software. You’ll learn how to: - Create an implementation and training strategy that meets faculty where they are - Establish a multi-phase rollout and gradually expand use of software across multiple institutional processes - Capitalize on faculty activity data and use key metrics to inform resource allocation and other critical discussions Presenters: - Allison Gillespie, Assistant Provost for Academic Affairs, University of Southern Mississippi - Douglas Masterson, Senior Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness, University of Southern Mississippi This presentation is a recording from the Watermark Engage 2022 Conference.

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