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Use the following checklist to determine if you are fostering the right environment for a faculty-led transformation on your campus.
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Whether designing your new early alert system or evaluating your current system, there are guidelines to follow to help your institution improve its use of early alert systems.
Faculty play a critical role in shaping the student experience, but are often not leveraged when it comes to student success strategy. Learn strategies and best practices around how faculty and staff can help students successfully navigate college.
This report details initiatives for publicizing open faculty positions to minority populations as well as strategies for retaining diverse faculty.
Many progressive community colleges have made investments in technology to identify at-risk students in the classroom earlier. However, faculty participation rates remain incredibly low. Learn how institutions are streamlining early alert procedures to increase-course-level completion rates.
This brief explores the organization of professional development offices at community colleges as well as available services for faculty members.
Guided Pathways is a seismic shift for community colleges—learn how to scale implementation using pre-existing data.
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About the Webconference Faculty are key players in the creation and implementation of pathways reform. Yet absent the right administrative direction and support, faculty efforts become entrenched in silos, resulting in gridlock and months of wasted effort. In turn, pathways implementation suffers without critical faculty support. Join this webconference to learn how to ensure that […]
This webconference will address demographic changes in future enrollment pipelines, adapting the college business model, and strategic differentiation in a crowded higher ed landscape.