Successful Strategies for Identifying and Organizing the Evidence to Demonstrate Compliance
April 24 at 10:00 am - 11:30 am
The Evidence Inventory is a helpful organizational tool that allows an institution to arrange existing institutional documentation gathered for the self-study by standard, criterion, and requirement of affiliation. Institutions utilize various strategies to initially populate and then refine the Evidence Inventory. This webinar will discuss how to strategize, monitor, and produce an efficient, effective, and useful evidence inventory/documentation approach. Presenters will draw upon current effective practice in the development of documentation approaches to prepare for the submission of self-study materials.
Audience: All are welcome to attend but representatives from institutions that will have self-study visits in fall 2023 or in 2023-2024 will find the webinar most helpful now.
- Identify the MSCHE expectations for the types of evidence to be submitted to demonstrate compliance with the Standards for Accreditation and Requirements of Affiliation, polices and procedures, and accreditation-related federal regulations.
- Identify effective practices in using assessment results as evidence of compliance.
- Examine 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.
Cost: Free for Institutional Members*/$175 for Non-Members
*including higher education system/state administrative offices that serve MSCHE member institutions
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Registration fees are non-refundable. The event will be recorded and distributed to registrants following the live event.