Streamlining Assessment With Limited Resources

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Andrew Davis and Debbie McCollough, Enterprise State Community College

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Gathering data is crucial for assessing the success of your students and institution. If your campus is using pen-and-paper for your assessments, it can be difficult to efficiently glean insights. Smaller institutions often face obstacles like tight budgets and limited resources, so implementing new technology presents special challenges. At Enterprise State Community College, they found a way. By incorporating Watermark Course Evaluations & Surveys, Planning & Self-Study, and Curriculum Strategy, ESCC was able to gather more information during their assessments in significantly less time. Andrew Davis, Director of Institutional Effectiveness and Planning, and Debbie McCollough, Coordinator of Planning share how Watermark’s ease of implementation, depth of insights, and overall flexibility were the perfect fit for their campus. Presenters: - Andrew Davis, Director of Institutional Effectiveness and Planning, Enterprise State Community College - Debbie McCollough, Coordinator of Planning, Enterprise State Community College - Seth Morgan, Client Success Manager, Watermark

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