Effective Approaches to Evidence Inventory Documentation
April 30 at 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Wondering about how to strategize about, monitor, and produce an efficient, effective, and useful evidence inventory/documentation approach? This half-day workshop draws upon current effective practice in the development of documentation approaches in the interest of enhancing self-study and accreditation visits. In addition, the workshop will review and engage participants in practicing the use of evidence inventory rubrics developed by the Commission and seasoned evaluators to enhance documentation approaches in preparation for self-study, follow-up reports, and institutional self-evaluations.
Cost: Free for Institutional Members*/$175 for Non-Members
*including higher education system/state administrative offices that serve MSCHE member institutions
- Understand common strategies and evidence used by institutions to document and evaluate institutional compliance with Commission standards.
- Evaluate various expectations regarding well-functioning documentation approaches, based on good practice in higher education and other sectors.
- Critically evaluate the effectiveness of institutional efforts to evaluate documented efforts to communicate processes, procedures, structures and evaluation strategies using institutional self-evaluation rubrics developed by the Commission.
- Articulate norms and practices associated with effective practice in evidencing compliance to institutional peers.
Space is limited and registration will close when the event is full. Registration fees are non-refundable. The event will be recorded and distributed to registrants following the live event.