Agile Wayfinding: Combining Innovation and Assessment at the University of Maryland Global Campus
March 12 at 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Lessons Learned Webinar Series: Presentations by MSCHE Member Institutions
Agile wayfinding is an approach to innovation that integrates both planning and assessment in a way to learn by doing and improving results through successive cycles of innovation. University of Maryland Global Campus has a long history of evaluating innovation and using results to guide next steps. More recently, assessment of student learning has been added to an academic planning process that includes program review, academic scorecards, and external data on labor and competitive markets. This integrated planning process provides faculty and administrators with a comprehensive view of an academic program. This approach can be used as a planning model both within and beyond academics.
Cost: This presentation is part of an on-going series where you get access to eight events for one price: $225 Institutional Member/ $325 Non-Member*
*If you register after the Lessons Learned Webinar Series has begun or unable to attend a webinar, you will be given access to the videos and any materials to webinars you miss. Registration fees are non-refundable.
Space is limited and registration will close when the event is full.
- Learn the six steps of the agile wayfinding process for planning and innovation.
- Discover how the agile wayfinding process has been implemented at the University of Maryland Global Campus.
- Employ the agile wayfinding process in your own institution as a tool for innovation.