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L&S Admin Training: "Setting the Stage for Successful Program Review"
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This presentation provides an overview of the program review process in L&S, including typical and better practices. Reviewing academic programs is a normal part of academic administration, and it’s an important tool used to maintain programmatic excellence. Departments and programs can plan ahead for review by getting in the habit of gathering, organizing, and reflecting on information about their programs. But where do you find program data? What do you do with it once you have it? How do departments do academic strategic planning? Who’s involved in those conversations? How does that add up to “program review"? What happens during the review? What happens after? Elaine Klein (Associate Dean for Academic Planning) Colleagues from the Provost’s Office Academic Planning and Institutional Research and from the Graduate School will also be on hand to help answer questions. The goal is to offer suggestions about how departments and programs can prepare for successful review. Presenter: Associate Dean for Academic Planning Elaine Klein
Accessible PDF of presentation available for use with Screen Readers: Setting the Stage for Successful Program Review.pdf
Note: This presentation works best in Mozilla Firefox. If you use Internet Explorer, you must first save the presentation to a location on your computer and then open it. If you have any difficulties viewing the presentation, please contact Joni Brown at joni.brown<at>wisc.edu
This presentation was originally given live, as part of a series of trainings hosted by L&S Administration. The full list of online presentations is available at the L&S Admin Training Sessions webpage.