There’s a hot topic on campus: faculty qualifications, or what accrediting bodies often call credentialing. Most faculty are qualified to teach based on their academic degrees, but some faculty may be qualified based on work experience, licenses, certifications or other qualifying activities. Given the range of expectations from regional and professional accreditors, should you take a high-level, overview approach, or get into the details of individual courses? Stacy Becker, Digital Measures Client Success Manager, recently hosted a webinar with guest speakers Jan Smith, Assistant Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness, Pittsburg State University, and Elizabeth Heise, Associate Professor, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Their institutions took different approaches to faculty qualifications; Smith and Heise shared their perspectives on making the right choice for their institutions. Continue reading “Faculty Qualifications: Two Schools, Two Approaches”
Louisiana State University (LSU), the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) and the University of Northern Colorado (UNCO) are among the universities who began using Workflow for Activity Insight when it became available in July. LSU’s rollout began with sabbatical requests. UTA is rolling out Workflow to its School of Business, which already uses Activity Insight, ahead of a campus-wide rollout of Activity Insight and Workflow. UNCO, which had used Activity Insight on campus for several years, dove straight into tenure and promotion. Each shared stories of early Workflow success in a panel discussion at our recent User Group.
Here are excerpts of the conversation between Joslyn Krismer, Director of Academic Operations at UTA; Nikki McNamara, Assistant Director of Human Resources Information Systems at LSU, and Mark Smith, Associate Dean, College of Natural & Health Sciences at UNCO, moderated by Kate Kaczmarczik, Digital Measures Product Marketing Manager. Continue reading “Workflow Users Share Stories of Early Success”