IE Series | Collaborating on Discipline-Based Self-Studies

Presented by

Yolanda Edwards, Professor & Chair, Department of Rehabilitation Counseling, Winston-Salem State University

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Assessment is for Everyone: Collaborating on Discipline-Based Self-Studies Watermark Institutional Effectiveness Series Preparing for discipline-specific accreditation can be a daunting process for institutions. Simply providing data at the program level is often no longer sufficient. Instead, institutions must be prepared to communicate data at the student level and compare it to the program’s learning outcomes. In this webinar, Winston-Salem State University outlines how your institution can make sense of this data by utilizing the power of community, collaboration, and technology. You’ll learn: - How to give your institution enough time to collect and analyze the data you need for a self-study - Why a community approach to writing self-studies is so effective - How closing the feedback loop on assessment leads to a better understanding of learning outcomes - Why assessment must include everyone: stakeholders, administrators, faculty, students, and more View all the webinars in this series:
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