123rd ANNUAL MEETING

NEW ORLEANS - December 8-11 2018

 

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Sunday, December 9, 2018

Orientation for First-Time Attendees (Wheelan)

CS-1

Roles and Responsibilities of New Accreditation Liaisons (Taylor)

CS-2*

Finance Training (Public Institutions) (Barrett)

CS-3

Fostering an Assessment Culture on Campus (LeJeune)

CS-4*

Motivation Is Not Enough:  Proactive Strategies for Faculty to Promote Student Success (Huxtable)

CS-5

Supporting the Institutional Mission - Re-imagining Centers for Teaching and Learning (Spirou)

CS-6*

Engaging Faculty in the Use of Data for Retention and Student Success (Machen)

CS-7

Inquiry-Based Learning Accelerates Knowledge Acquisition across Disciplines (Brennan)

CS-8

Using Professional Learning Communities for Faculty Development in Your QEP (Bosley)

CS-9

On-Site Committee is Coming! Remove the “Fear Factor” and Instill the “Pride Factor” (Crawford)

CS-10*

VALUE, Authentic Assessment and Today’s Learning Landscape (McConnell)

CS-11*

Knowledge Vs. Assumption: Developing Assessment Training that Promotes Negentropic Growth (Rouse)

CS-12*

Teaching for Transformation: A Systemic Approach to Improve Teaching (Clunis)

CS-13

Effective and Efficient: Analytics for Successful Academic Program Development (Thorne)

CS-14

Focusing on the Focused Report: A “New Opportunity” to Demonstrate Compliance (Ozment)

CS-15*

Change Agents in the Middle Leading through Reflective Practice (Bishop)

CS-16

Role of Chief Academic Officers and Accreditation (Hardt)

Role of Chief Academic Officers and Accreditation (Hardt)

CS-17*

Institutional Planning and Effectiveness: 7.1, 7.3 (Hoefer)

CS-18*

First Draft of the Application for Membership (Kirk)

CS-19

Enhancing Student Engagement Through Service: A Student’s Service Journey (Murphy)

CS-20

Advising Scorecard: Utilizing Data to Help Support Certified Advisors (Ximenez)

CS-21

Getting Everyone Involved - Recruiting and Training Reviewers from Across Campus for the Assessment Process (Covington)

CS-22

Complying with 14.2 (Substantive Change) Does Not Have to be Difficult! (Mynatt)

CS-23*

Principles of Effective Influence for Change Leaders (Patience)

CS-24

Addressing Student Complaints - Centralized Approach to a Distributed Responsibility (Aycock)

CS-25*

Accelerated Fifth-Year Interim Report Preparation (Hines)

CS-26

Re-envisioning the Relationship between Academic and Student Services (Wright)

CS-27

Bold Organizational Change to Sustainably Meet 21st Century Student Needs (Meyer-Lee)

CS-28

Imagining the Future of Online Authentication and Proctoring (Bloomfield)

CS-29

A Strategic Approach to Implementing 4.2.g Board Self-Evaluation (Edwards)

CS-30

Opportunities for Success: Perspectives on Hosting a SACSCOC Visiting Team (Parrish)

CS-31*

SACSCOC President Meeting with New CEOs (Wheelan)

CS-32*

Educational Programs Offered Through Collaborative Arrangements (Earvin)

CS-33

Quality Enhancement Plan (for Class of 2021 ONLY) (Sheeley)

CS-34

Section 12: Academic and Student Services (Cuevas)

CS-35*

Navigating Substantive Change (Sightler)

CS-36

Let Them Eat Cake: Welcoming Your On-Site Committee with the Finest Hospitality (McManus)

Let Them Eat Cake: Welcoming Your On-Site Committee with the Finest Hospitality (McManus)

CS-37

Pathfinders: How Alabama Reformed Its Developmental Education (McMoy)

CS-38

Using Faculty Credentialing to Ensure Best Practice (Rose)

Using Faculty Credentialing to Ensure Best Practice (Rose)

CS-39

Establishing A Statewide Accreditation Knowledge Network (VRAS) (Chiarello)

CS-40

Refining, Streamlining, and Transitioning a Culture of Institutional Assessment and Accreditation (Lopez)

CS-41

Civil Engagement: Beyond the Frontier of Participation (Quiros)

CS-42

Moving Towards a Data-Informed Community Through Collaborative Assessment Practices (Williamson)

CS-43

Out of Sight, Out of Mind:� Off-Campus Accreditation Issues (Bicknell)

CS-44

Organizing for the Compliance Certification: Moving Forward to Reaffirmation (Glenn)

CS-45*

Bringing Effective Change through Transformational Leadership (Behrens)

CS-46

When FASB Reporting Changes Collide with ED Federal Regulations (Larson)

CS-47

Disciplinary Differences in Student Learning Outcomes Assessment and Reporting (Bailey)

CS-48

Criteria for Good Evidence of Closing the Loop (Robinson)

CS-49*

General Education Refresh through a Data-Informed Design Thinking Approach (Lewis)

CS-50

Back to School: Transforming Educators into Online Students (Stewart)

CS-51*

New Opportunities for Student Engagement through Writing Centers (Dvorak)

CS-52*

Advancing the Use of Evidence to Improve: Lessons from Excellence in Assessment (Kinzie)

CS-53*

Best Practices for Governance Board Self-Evaluations (Shackelford)

CS-54

A Strategy to Comply with Standard 8.1:  Public Disclosure of Student Achievement (Fowler)

CS-55

From Spreadsheets to Dashboards: Tools and Methods for Promoting a Data-Driven Culture on Campus (Su)

CS-56

The Nuts and Bolts of Implementing a Robust Faculty Qualifications System (Andrews)

CS-57

Strengthening Minority Serving Higher Education Interinstitutional Partnerships (Marshall)

CS-58

A Model for QEP Implementation and Assessment that Documents Student Learning (Hess)

CS-59*

A Model for Faculty Development for Student Learning Outcomes Assessment (Martin)

CS-60

Assemble and Engage: Driving Success through Assessment and Collaboration (Simpson)

Monday, December 10, 2018

Special Sessions for Presidents SACSCOC Study on Graduation Rates

CS-61*

Theological Education (Sheeley)

CS-62

Compliance Certification (Baird)

CS-63*

Institutionalizing High-Impact Practices (Donat)

Institutionalizing High-Impact Practices (Donat)

CS-64

Faculty Qualifications (for Class of 2021 ONLY) (Hardt and Hoefer)

CS-65

Student Achievement: 8.2 (Young)

CS-66*

Financial and Physical Resources (Barrett)

CS-67

Imagining New Horizons: Global Learning and Travel at a Rural Community College (Cooper)

Imagining New Horizons: Global Learning and Travel at a Rural Community College (Cooper)

Imagining New Horizons: Global Learning and Travel at a Rural Community College (Cooper)

Imagining New Horizons: Global Learning and Travel at a Rural Community College (Cooper)

CS-68

Engaging Students in the Implementation of the QEP (Schmitz)

CS-69

Fermenting a Culture of Assessment: More Wine, Less Whine (Johns)

CS-70

Taking the "Wal-Mart" Approach for Online Faculty Development (Riechers)

CS-71

Interstate Passport: Putting Learning Outcomes to Work for Transfer Students (Shea)

CS-72*

A Scorecard Approach to Improve Online Learner Support: New Opportunities to Build Student Success (Willett)

CS-73

Engaging First-Year Student-Athletes through Metacognitive Workshops (Fish)

CS-74

NOLA’s Tri-centennial, Delgado’s Centennial: Analyzing our 2021 Strategic Goals (Ross)

CS-75

Defining Credit Hours: Mr. Carnegie, Meet Our New Modalities (Glenn)

CS-76

Student Success: New Opportunities for Intentional Partnerships Between Academic and Student Affairs (Beres)

CS-77*

Defining and Communicating Student Success Through Data Visualization (Hines)

CS-78

An Administrative Oversight Framework for Dual Credit Adjunct Faculty: Building a Professional Network (Garabedian)

CS-79

The Road to Success in Advising: Cross-Departmental Collaboration in Student-Focused Advising (Smith)

The Road to Success in Advising: Cross-Departmental Collaboration in Student-Focused Advising (Smith)

CS-80

From the Mouths of Babes: Using Student Stories for Authentic Assessment of Learning (Hart)

CS-81

Re-Craft to Re-Engage: Integrating QEP Initiatives (Hopes)

CS-82*

Building and Sustaining and Institutional Assessment System (Brophy)

CS-83

Who's Complaining: How Centralizing Student Complaints Can Lead to Institutional Improvements (Green)

CS-84

Chart Your Own Course: Successfully Navigate the QEP On-Site Visit (Akin)

Chart Your Own Course: Successfully Navigate the QEP On-Site Visit (Akin)

CS-85

From Messy to NSSE’s Implementing an Effective NSSE Awareness Campaign (Assis)

CS-86*

Starting Over:  Reinventing Your General Education Assessment Process (Vandercook)

CS-87

Managing Large Assessments: What We Wish We’d Known Four Years Ago (McCarron)

CS-88*

Engineering (and History?) in Germany: Education Abroad Across Disciplines (Rogers)

CS-89

New View of Course and Faculty Evaluation:  Student’s Perspective (Norris)

CS-90

Dual Enrollment (Baird and Sheeley)

CS-91

Is This a Significant Departure? (Sightler and Zuniga)

CS-92*

Finance Training (Private Institutions) (Barrett)

CS-93*

Momentum Year - Reimagining Gateway Courses and the First Year in Georgia (Koch)

CS-94

Organizing and Executing: Preparing for a Successful Compliance Certification Review (Sharpe)

CS-95

Renewing a Traditional Commitment to Student Success through Advising (Chadwell)

CS-96*

Collaboration to Assess Our Collaboration - The 5th Year Site Visit (Krall)

CS-97

We Have to Assess General Education? (Paredes)

CS-98

Honoring Compliance: The Future of Title IX, Act 508, ADA and WCAG (Abney)

CS-99*

Making Student Success Everybody's Business (Haydel)

CS-100*

Take Stock and Charge Forward: Making the Most Out of Your Next Meta-Assessment (Coleman)

CS-101*

A Network Approach to Implementing the QEP (Hirsch)

CS-102*

Supporting Student Success: A College Success Course & Library Pedagogical Mashup (Seagle)

CS-103*

Renewed Quality in Distance Education through Collaborative Evaluation (Johns)

CS-104*

Are We Holding Students Back? Addressing Leaks in the Retention Pipeline (Ullrich)

CS-105

Student Achievement: 8.1 (Cuevas and Matveev)

CS-106

SOFT SKILLS: What Should Have Been Learned in Kindergarten (Christensen)

SOFT SKILLS: What Should Have Been Learned in Kindergarten (Christensen)

CS-107

Building for the Future: Developing a Culture of Continuous Compliance and Improvement (Miles)

CS-108

The Evolving Office of Institutional Research (Richards)

CS-109

Improving Online Courses for Quality Delivery and Student Success (Williams)

Improving Online Courses for Quality Delivery and Student Success (Williams)

CS-110

Summer Session: Opportunities for Student, Faculty, and Institutional Success (Girardot)

CS-111*

Faculty Teaching Qualifications: Designing Systems for Scalability and Success (Morrison)

CS-112

Before You Say Yes: What Every Institutional Accreditation Liaison (IAL) Needs To Know (Hakes)

CS-113*

Using CAS to Prepare Student Service Units for Accreditation (Drum)

CS-114*

Moving Down the Path: Promising Results From One School’s Pathways to Completion Project (Stewart)

CS-115

When Best Practices Change:  Working Across Divisions for Student Success (Heady)

CS-116*

Contextualizing the Structure and Assessment of Institutional Support Units (Caron)

CS-117

What to Expect When You're Expecting . . . the On-site Visit (Yin)

CS-118

Close the Loop: Leverage Technology, Planning and Data for Use of Results (Kite)

CS-119

Governance and Administration (Earvin)

CS-120

Quality Enhancement Plan (Sheeley)

CS-121*

Preparing a Fifth-Year Interim Report (Luke)

CS-122*

Technology Enhancements at the Commission (Kollar)

CS-123

Fusing 11 to Make 7: Synthesizing 11 Narratives to Respond to 7.1 (Smith)

CS-124

New Opportunities to Improve Student Learning: The Usefulness of Double-Loop Learning (Stabile)

CS-125

Setting Faculty Up for Success: Continuous Improvement of the New Faculty Orientation Program (Putman)

CS-126

Using Student Self-Reflections as Assessments:  Expectations and Opportunities (Klonis)

CS-127

From Failure to New Opportunity: A Mission-Driven QEP (Murphy)

CS-128

Faculty Development as a Mechanism to Enhance Student Learning (Walker)

CS-129

Old Dogs, New Tricks: Using Teaching Observations for Faculty Annual Review (Claywell)

CS-130*

Assessing our Diversity Planning and Reporting: Lessons Learned in 7 Years (Daniels)

CS-131

Innovation in Teaching and Learning:  A Campus Culture Model (Voss)

CS-132

New Beginnings: An Institutional View of the Updated Principles (Norris)

New Beginnings: An Institutional View of the Updated Principles (Norris)

CS-133*

Collaborating on General Education Assessment: A Statewide Competency Resource Guide (Merrill)

CS-134

Adventures in Outcomes-Based Assessment of Student Support Services (Doss)

CS-135*

A Financial Response to SACSCOC:  One Public Institution’s Experience (Youngblood)

CS-136

Opportunities and Challenges of Using Analytics to Improve Higher Education Quality (Dong)

CS-137

Beyond the Board: Building Community with Board Self-Evaluation (Stephenson)

Beyond the Board: Building Community with Board Self-Evaluation (Stephenson)

CS-138

The Role of Faculty Professional Development in Promoting Integrative Learning for General Education (Knox)

CS-140

Report of the Lumina Foundation/SACSCOC Grant Outcomes (Hardt)

Report of the Lumina Foundation/SACSCOC Grant Outcomes (Hardt)

CS-141

Mixing up The Media: Meeting Student Expectations in a Media-Rich Society (Lentz)

CS-142*

Getting to the Results: Using BI Tools to Improve Continuous Improvement Reporting (Williford)

CS-143*

Implementing an Effective Academic Program Assessment Feedback Process (Freels)

CS-144

Implementing Comprehensive Assessment for Broad Institutional Initiatives (Peifer)

CS-145*

Incorporating Benchmarking Data into Your SACS Accreditation Process (Taylor)

CS-146

Sustaining a Continuous Conversation on Continuous Improvement (Cheek)

CS-147

Preparing for Successful On-Site Committee Visits (Hess)

CS-148

Turning Your Camel into A Horse: A Collaborative Approach on Building the Faculty Roster (Brammer)

CS-149*

Fostering Undergraduate Research Opportunities in the Field of Assessment (Widney)

CS-150

Section 14: Transparency and Institutional Representation (Fuse-Hall and Sheeley)

CS-151

Faculty Qualifications (Hardt and Hoefer)

CS-152

Evaluating Educational Quality (Kirk, Kirschmann and Young)

CS-153

Section 11: Library and Learning Resources (Baird)

CS-154

Enhancing and Sustaining Financial Stability: Lessons Learned from a Small Liberal Arts University (Johnson)

CS-155

Riddles and Dreams: How Our Reflections Cultivate Our Imagination in Developing Our QEP (Barrow)

CS-156*

Lessons from an Ambitious QEP: Inquiry Based Learning (RiCharde)

CS-157

Increasing Opportunity: Establishing a Campus in an Under-Served Area (Smith)

CS-158*

Visibility & Integration: How a SACSCOC Advisory Council Can Benefit You (Anderson)

CS-159

Hosting a Reaffirmation Visit with No Experience:  A Career Hosting Rock Concerts Helped (Fowler)

CS-160*

The Student Success Agenda: Accelerating Time-to-Degree (Allen)

CS-161

Organizing for a Successful On-Site Visit (Vogt)

CS-162

Building a Culture of Administrative Unit Assessment: Managing New Expectations and Opportunities (Williams)

CS-163*

Board Evaluation 101 (Sites)

CS-164

IE Evaluators’ Expectations: Assessment & Strategic Planning Opportunities (Jones)

CS-165

ePortfolio Practice and Assessment: Impact on Student Learning and Faculty Development (Fallucca)

CS-166

Compliance Heatmaps: Dynamic Audits for Prioritization and Progress (Pierce)

CS-167*

A Value Proposition: How One Campus Finds Distinction in Student Learning (Anderson)

CS-169*

The Texas Affordable Baccalaureate Program: Innovation in Higher Education across Texas (Fountain)

CS-170

Assessing the Assessment (Le Clainche)

CS-171*

What Academic Administrators Need to Know to Lead Online Education (Pina)

CS-172*

There’s Something Different Here: Student Engagement Strategies That Focus on Learning (Guido)

CS-173

Embarking On the Uphill Climb of Implementing Guided Pathways: A Student Services Perspective (Ziemak)

Embarking On the Uphill Climb of Implementing Guided Pathways: A Student Services Perspective (Ziemak)

CS-174*

Tell it in Ten: Preparing the 5th Year QEP Impact Report (Hudson)

CS-175

Re-imagining General Education to Impact Student Success (Nwosu)

CS-176*

Section 8.2: Student Achievement: High Impact Practices (HIPs) (Brown)

CS-177*

Developing a Sustainable Peer Mentoring Structure for Today’s Transfer Students (Beauchamp Campbell)

CS-178*

Actionable Analytics:  Connecting Academic Partners with Smart Content (Hill)

CS-179

Incorporating Active Learning Strategies in Student Learning (Petrosian)

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Dr. Wheelan’s Report to the Membership