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Tips and Best Practices for Completing the Annual Survey from Campus Compact
October 6, 2016 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pmFree to CC partners
This webinar is for Campus Compact members only
- Campus Compact Partners: FREE
- Non-Campus Compact Partners: Not eligible to attend
Register here by 8:00 PM October 4, 2016
It’s that time of year again: Time to share information and stories about your institution’s community engagement activities!
The Annual Survey from Campus Compact is an opportunity for our partner campuses to provide important data regarding the institutionalization of community engagement and the actualized product(s) and “outcomes” or “impact” of that effort (e.g., number of students involved in curricular engagement; number of faculty who taught a community-based course, number of hours students spent in co-curricular or curricular engagement with the community). Read more about the Annual Survey of 2016 here >>
Attendees of this webinar will engage in the following:
- Discussion with those who have completed the Annual Survey in the past, regarding: How to form partnerships across your institution that will aid you in completing the survey; What it really takes to be able to complete the Annual Survey, and; Partner campuses’ motivations and expectations for completing the Annual Survey.
- The exchanging of tips and best practices (between fellow members and Campus Compact staff) for completing the Annual Survey such as: Did you know there is a PDF of every survey question that you can use to guide your data collection efforts? Do you know who to contact with questions? Did you know you can start the survey and then come back to it at a different time, to complete it?
- Showcasing examples of “What to do with all that data”. A brief discussion about using data to support your institutions community engagement activities and create a culture of high quality tracking, assessment, and evaluation of your institution’s community engagement outcomes (e.g. student learning, “impact” on community identified needs/issues).