SACSCOC 124th ANNUAL MEETING

HOUSTON, TEXAS – December 7-10, 2019

 

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Sunday, December 8, 2019       

 

                  Orientation for First Time Attendees Wheelan

 

CS-1           Role and Responsibilities of New Accreditation Liaisons_Taylor

CS-2           Complying with Standard 12.6: Student Debt_Nix

CS-3           The Mechanics of Large Assessments: What We Wish We’d Known Five Years Ago_McCarron

CS-3           The Mechanics of Large Assessments: What We Wish We’d Known Five Years Ago_Handout 1_McCarron

CS-3           The Mechanics of Large Assessments: What We Wish We’d Known Five Years Ago_Handout 2_McCarron

CS-3           The Mechanics of Large Assessments: What We Wish We’d Known Five Years Ago_Handout 3_McCarron

CS-4*         Engaging Stakeholders in the Use of Data for Improved Return on Investment and Increased Student Success_Smarr

CS-5           Look Before You Leap: Preparing the Logistics of the Onsite Visit_Yin

CS-6*         Using Consensus Workshops to Develop Outcomes in All Areas of the Institution

CS-7           Moving the Needle-A Faculty Shift Toward Learner-centered Instruction_Box

CS-7           Moving the Needle-A Faculty Shift Toward Learner-centered Instruction_Handout_Box

CS-8*         Continued Lessons on ePortfolio Practice and Assessment: Campus Strategies and Implications

CS-9           An Administrative Oversight Framework for Dual Credit Programs-From Partnership Agreements_Garabedian

CS-10         Organizing and Executing: Preparing for a Successful Compliance Certification Review

CS-11*       HIPs and QEPs that INSPIRE: SEC Strategies to Advance and Assess Student Learning

CS-12*       Deepening Learning through Gateway Course Transformation

CS-13         Curiosity, Mutual Understanding, and Respect: A QEP Town Hall and Pilot Program_Bloss

CS-14         Role of Chief Academic Officers and Accreditation_Hardt

CS-14         Role of Chief Academic Officers and Accreditation_Handout_Hardt

CS-15*       First Draft of the Application for Membership: A Q&A Session

CS-16         Student Outcomes - 8.2

CS-17         Financial and Physical Resources

CS-18         Assessment Power Session - Unveiling the Mysteries of Validity and Reliability_Brophy

CS-19         Revised Principles, New Expectations-Guidelines for Successful Compliance_Bean

CS-19         Revised Principles, New Expectations-Guidelines for Successful Compliance_Handout 1_Bean

CS-19         Revised Principles, New Expectations-Guidelines for Successful Compliance_Handout 2_Bean

CS-20*       Making Dramatic Changes in Retention and Graduation Rates

CS-21         Breaking Down Silos and Building Strategic Relationships_Flores

CS-22         Data Analytics:  Using an Interdisciplinary Approach to Teach STEM and Non-STEM Students_Walton

CS-23         Engaging the 21st Century Student-Re-envisioning the General Education Curriculum for Relevance..._Hunter

CS-24         Free and Open Educational Resources_Pina

CS-24         Free and Open Educational Resources_Handout_Pina

CS-25         Merger 101-One institution's Experience Merging SACSCOC and Non-SACSCOC Institutions_Marr

CS-26*       Creating a Community of Practice to Assess and Improve Critical Thinking Using the CAT Instrument 

CS-27         So You Want to Be an Institutional Accreditation Liaison! What Should You Expect_Mynatt

CS-28         A Model for QEP Implementation and Assessment that Documents Student Learning. _Hess

CS-29*       A Model for QEP Implementation and Assessment That Documents Student Learning.

CS-30         Institutional Planning and Effectiveness - 7.1 and 7.3_Hoefer

CS-31*       Avoiding the "Blues"

CS-32         Quality Enhancement Plan - Orientation class only

CS-33*       Institutional and Commission Perspectives on Managing Substantive Change

CS-34*       Get Fifth-Year Interim Tips (FIT) for Success

CS-35         Running the Numbers-Utilizing Student Satisfaction Inventory Data to Improve..._Dobbs

CS-36         Innovations in General Education: A Model for Faculty Driven Assessment_Bordelon

CS-37         MARS - A Giant LEAP for Student Success_Cook

CS-38*       Lost in Space: Navigating Student Pathways to Completion with Analytical and Strategic Insights

CS-39         Is Completion Enough? Building Student Success through Essential Employability Qualities Certification

CS-40         Shoot for the Moon: Improving Online Course Quality and Learning Assessment

CS-41         To Student Success and Beyond! Advising and Success Coaching_Mitchell

CS-42         One Giant Leap for Technical Education: Building a New Main Campus

CS-43         Houston, We Have a Connection - Collaboration for the 21st Century_Bloomfield

CS-44*       Strategic Planning and Institutional Effectiveness: Creating and Executing a Process that Is Ongoing, Comprehensive, and Integrated

CS-45         From Assessment to Action: Using Satisfaction Survey Results to Inform Development of a Faculty Leadership Training Module

CS-46         The Apollo 11 of Faculty Credentialing_Eaton

CS-47         Implementing a Showcase of Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry Projects_Schmitz

CS-48*       Catching the Star: Finding Growth Opportunities for Institutions through Innovative Strategies

CS-49         Multiple Routes Across Diverse Terrain: An Assessment for Learning tool from Planets QEP and ZPD_Le Clainche

CS-50*       Demystifying the Data: An In-depth Exploration of Developmental Education in a Community and Technical College System

CS-51         Relationships Matter: Moving Relationship-Rich Experiences from the Periphery to the Center of Undergraduate Education

CS-52*       Board Evaluation 101

CS-53*       Providing Course-Embedded Writing Support to First-Year STEM Students

CS-54         Using a Theoretical Matrix of Culturally Relevant Assessment to Promote Equity_Hobbs

CS-55         From Anecdote to Analysis - Using Data to Improve Assessment Practice_Smith

CS-56         Interstate Passport - Learning Outcomes Solution to Credit Loss in Transfer_Galas

CS-57         Focusing on the Focused Report_Ozment

 

 

Monday, December 9, 2019

 

                        General Session - Six Disruptive Demographics That Will Change the U.S. Forever

CS-58         Dual Enrollment

CS-59         Finance Training for Private Institutions

CS-60         Substantive Change Decision-Making

CS-61         Embracing the QEP  as a Campus-Wide Continuous Improvement Activity_Gustavson

CS-62         Fifth-Year Interim Report - Compliance on the Most Cited Standards

CS-62         Fifth-Year Interim Report - Compliance on the Most Cited Standards Handout 1

CS-62         Fifth-Year Interim Report - Compliance on the Most Cited Standards Handout 2

CS-62         Fifth-Year Interim Report - Compliance on the Most Cited Standards Handout 3

CS-62         Fifth-Year Interim Report - Compliance on the Most Cited Standards Handout 4

CS-62         Fifth-Year Interim Report - Compliance on the Most Cited Standards Handout 5

CS-63         Predictive Analytics - The Game Changer for Greenville Technical College

CS-64         Building for the Future-Using Web Resources to Foster a Culture of Continuous Compliance and Improvement_Miles

CS-65         How to Hold Active, Engaged Meetings for Improved Compliance_Oxenreider

CS-66*       Who's Complaining: How Centralizing Student Complaints can Lead to Institutional Improvements

CS-67         Focusing on the Focused Report

CS-68         Soft Skills-The Missing Component that Prevents Many Students From Blasting Off_Christensen

CS-68         Soft Skills-The Missing Component that Prevents Many Students From Blasting Off_Handout_Christensen

CS-69         Institutional Effectiveness-Setting Conditions for a Sustained “Orbit” of Success_Hall

CS-70         Do We Have to Assess General Education?_Paredes

CS-71         You Don't Need a Rocket Ship to Launch a New Online Program_Ortelli

CS-72         A Tale of Two Cities: Cross-institutional collaboration on Program Review and Quality Enhancement between Two Institutions with Distinct Missions

CS-73         Assessment for Learning -  Formative, Fast, Frugal, and Fun Strategies for Use in Any Discipline_Anderson

CS-73         Assessment for Learning -  Formative, Fast, Frugal, and Fun Strategies for Use in Any Discipline_Handout 1_Anderson

CS-73         Assessment for Learning -  Formative, Fast, Frugal, and Fun Strategies for Use in Any Discipline_Handout 2_Anderson

CS-73         Assessment for Learning -  Formative, Fast, Frugal, and Fun Strategies for Use in Any Discipline_Handout 3_Anderson

CS-74         Section 10: Educational Policies, Procedures, and Practices_Donat

CS-75         Section 6: Faculty - Orientation class only_Hardt

CS-76*       Student Achievement - 8.1

CS-77         Outside the Box - Predicting Success in Transfer and Non-Traditional Students_Simpson

CS-78*       Lessons Learned from an Approved Quality Enhancement Plan

CS-79*       Propelling the Completion Agenda: HIPs as Equity Rocket Engines

CS-80         Leap Forward - Increase Retention through Course-Level Changes_Roughton

CS-81*       A Strategic Approach to Implementing Standard 4.2.g Board Self-Evaluation

CS-82         Finding Educational Rocket Boosters: A QEP Crafted to Support Gateway Success_Jones K

CS-83*       Curriculum Mapping: Defining, Calibrating, Testing, and Advancing Student Learning Outcomes

CS-84*       Assessing the "Impact" of High-Impact Practices through Student Self-Reflections and Quantitative Measures

CS-85*       Institutional Strategic Planning: A Guide for Driving Long-Term Sustainability for HBCUs_Lopez

CS-86*       Developing an eTenure and Promotion System: Lessons from Two Institutions of Higher Education

CS-87         Finance Training for Public Institutions

CS-88         Compliance Certification

CS-89*       Section 12: Academic and Student Support Services

CS-90         Institutionalizing High-Impact Practices

CS-90         Institutionalizing High-Impact Practices Handout

CS-91*       Institutional Planning and Effectiveness - 7.1 and 7.3

CS-92         Section 14: Transparency and Institutional Representation

CS-93*       Technology Enhancements at the Commission

CS-94         From Worst to First-How One Community College Leveraged Its QEP_Boyles

CS-95         Leaping into Faculty Evaluation-Promotion, Tenure, Transparency, Training_Stone

CS-96         A Strategy to Comply with Standard 8.1 - Public Disclosure of Student Achievement_Fowler

CS-97*       Critical Thinking Is Still Critical:  An Institutional Approach to Assessing an Enduring Competency

CS-98*       The Long and Winding Road: An Honest Look at Completion by Design Initiatives

CS-99         The Evolution of Undergraduate Programs: Lessons Learned from a Small Liberal Arts University_Brown

CS-100       Houston, We Have A Problem!: How One Institution Avoided Disaster with Substantive Change_Hanes

CS-101       Effective Outcomes Assessment Reporting-Practical Strategies and Lessons Learned_Denk

CS-102       Preparing for a Successful Merger_Steadman

CS-103       Adventures in Dual Enrollment-Using the Principles to Guide Programing_Zottarelli

CS-104       An EPIC Shot at Collaborative Instruction - A WIN-WIN for Cross-Divisional QEP Concepts_Strong

CS-105*     Visualizing Trajectories for Excellence: Using Data Visualization to Inform Planning

CS-106*     To Boldly Go: Analytical Solutions for Navigating Substantive Change

CS-107*     Moonshot: The Inside Story of Fixing Assessment in Eleven Months

CS-108       Shooting for the Moon: How to Organize for a Successful On-Site Visit_Vogt

CS-109       Transforming Library Collections and Supporting Student Learning with Collection Mapping_Herren

CS-110       Using Survey Data to Develop Institutional Definitions of Student Success_Su

CS-111*     Improving the Quality and Availability of Data for Student Success Analyses

CS-112       A Giant LEAP into the Future by Operationalizing a University's Strategic Plan_McElveen

CS-113       Steadying the Ship – Keeping the Reaffirmation Process Moving in a Period of Significant Change_Murphy

CS-114*     Developing a Common Rubric to Assess General Education Competencies

CS-115       Five Presidents, Two Provosts and Two Sets of Standards-Negotiating a Reaffirmation Process_Hollingsworth

CS-116*     Student Achievement - 8.1

CS-117       Faculty Qualifications

CS-118       Governance and Administration_Kirk

CS-119*     Theological Education

CS-120       Quality Enhancement Plan

CS-121*     Get Fifth-Year Interim Tips (FIT) for Success

CS-122       Establishing A Statewide Accreditation Knowledge Network_Chiarello

CS-123       In Rarefied Air - Among the 1% of Institutions in Compliance with Standard 6.2.a_Zapatero

CS-124*     Keeping Up with the Credentialing

CS-125       Continuous Compliance - Keeping the Ball Moving_Bray

CS-125       Continuous Compliance - Keeping the Ball Moving_Handout_Bray

CS-126*     A Double-Loop Learning Approach to Faculty Education: From Development to Enrichment

CS-127       Coming of Age: Steps, Challenges, and Lessons Learned from Becoming Separately Accredited

CS-128       A Giant LEAP from Online Course Design to Curriculum Management_Lawrence

CS-128       A Giant LEAP from Online Course Design to Curriculum Management_Handout_Lawrence

CS-129*     Exploring Relationships between Faculty, Program Structure, and Student Success

CS-130       Reading and Writing to the Fine Print of the SACSCOC Finance Principles_Dear

CS-131*     Life After the QEP: Leveraging Assessment Data for Sustained Improvement

CS-132*     Obtaining Faculty Buy-In for Instructional Improvements

CS-133       Tips for Successfully Chairing an Institutional Reaffirmation Committee_Levitzke

CS-134*     Development and Implementation of a General Education Assessment Plan

CS-135       Data Sharing Techniques to Simplify Your IR Life_Richards

CS-136       Institutional Research Paving the Way for Student Success_Jagannathan

CS-137       A Comprehensive Method of General Education Assessment_Dembosky

CS-138       Supporting Institutional Effectiveness by Maximizing Reporting Efforts_Singer-Freeman

CS-139       One Size Does Not Fit All-Multiple Approaches to Evaluating Institutional Assessment Processes_Cockerill

CS-140       Preparing for Successful On-Site Committee Visits_Hess

CS-141       Cape Fear Strong - Lessons Learned from Hurricane Florence_Chaffin

CS-142       Reducing Student Debt and Default Rates using a Completion by Design Conceptual Framework_Brasier

CS-143*     One-to-One and OER: Tools for Improving Student Success and Reducing Student Costs

CS-144*     Integrating Strategic Planning and Assessment: Moving the University Up Together

CS-145       Assessing Critical Thinking at the Institutional Level_Hutson

CS-146       Section 11: Library and Learning Resources

CS-147       Conversations about Educational Quality

CS-147       Conversations about Educational Quality

CS-147       Conversations about Educational Quality

CS-148*     SACSCOC Policies and Standards: Strategies for Institutional Response

CS-149       The Ten-page Countdown - Writing the QEP Impact Report_Ernstberger

CS-150*     Shifting the Culture of Assessment at Amarillo College with Faculty Engagement as the Focal Point of Student Success

CS-151       Perspectives on Hosting a SACSCOC Visiting Team-Leaping to a Successful On-Site Visit_Parrish

CS-152*     Best Practices for Accreditation Liaisons: Meeting the Challenges of the New Principles of Accreditation

CS-153       Data Summits - A Focus on Student Achievement_Dumouchel

CS-154       Adjusting our Trajectory - Moving from Standard 3.3.1.3 to Standard 8.2.c_Covington

CS-155       Learning Outcomes... Engaging Faculty... Artifact Evaluation... Process Driven..._Guerrero-Longoria

CS-156       "Titanic II”:  Avoiding the Icebergs of Off-campus and Distance Learning Noncompliance

CS-157*     Strategic Mergers in Higher Ed: When, Why, How?

CS-158       Houston, We Have a Problem-Integrating Outcomes, Improvements and Strategic Planning_Vetter

CS-158       Houston, We Have a Problem-Integrating Outcomes, Improvements and Strategic Planning_Handout 1_Vetter

CS-158       Houston, We Have a Problem-Integrating Outcomes, Improvements and Strategic Planning_Handout 2_Vetter

CS-159       What You Need To Know To “LEAP” into Analytics_Simon

CS-160*     Leveraging Cross-institutional Partnerships for Student Success

CS-161       The Odd Couple - Transformative Change and Compliance_Miller

CS-162*     An Exploration of Competency-Based Theological Education

CS-163*     Why Do I Have to Use Data? Isn't It Enough That I Collected It?

CS-164       Examining Differences in Student Written Communication Skills by Race and Gender through Statistical_Roberts

CS-165       Launching a Sustainable QEP - Authentic Moon Landing or Fake_Jones

CS-166       The Data Made Us Do It - A Small College's Bold Move to Lower Tuition_Lalande

CS-167       Dual Enrollment - Coming of Age_Haan

CS-168       Reaching for the Moon - Revising the Core_Sidle

CS-169       Mission-Inclusion - Postsecondary Education for Students with Intellectual Disabilities_Norland

CS-170       Creating Community-Using Innovative Activities to Encourage Cross-Campus Connections..._Williams

CS-171       The Financial Aid Process: Removing Barriers to Completion through Creative Collaboration_Barlow

CS-172*     Co-curricular Engagement and Assessment of Experiential Learning in a Hybrid First-Year Seminar Course

CS-173       A Corequisite Course Model for Developmental Mathematics and Student General Education Math_Brown Marsden

CS-174*     What to Expect When You’re Expecting a Disaster: Lessons Learned from a Hair-Raising Fifth-Year Experience

CS-175       Standard by Standard - Some Instructions on Writing for SACSCOC_DeFoor