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Thursday
Feb 24th, 2011
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Governor's Ballroom Salons AB
Central Time
Accreditation plays a significant role in building public confidence in the educational enterprise, maintaining standards, enhancing institutional effectiveness, and improving higher education by establishing a common set of requirements for accredited institutions. Information technology facilitates this time-consuming and lengthy process, which involves many areas of the institution. This presentation will bring together a panel of experts representing various roles and institutions to discuss accreditation and the importance of information technology in the process, from off-site review to on-site review to ongoing assessment and beyond.
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@wdewysockie I'll be asking your question soon... #wswrc11_gs03

RT @wdewysockie: #wswrc11_gs03 I'll be getting to your question asap

#wswrc11_gs03 Are you looking at (or requiring schools to examine) online learning vs. in-classroom learning outcomes?

Final general session at EDUCAUSE West/Southwest Reg. Conference, " Accreditation: What's IT Got to Do with It?" #WSWRC11_GS03

#WSWRC11_GS03 online audience let me know if you want me to ask the panel a question or make a comment on our behalf

#wswrc11_gs03 Have you seen increase in IT involvement with the accreditation process in wake of growth of technolgy-based online learning?


Comments

@wdewysockie I'll be asking your question soon... #wswrc11_gs03

RT @wdewysockie: #wswrc11_gs03 I'll be getting to your question asap

#wswrc11_gs03 Are you looking at (or requiring schools to examine) online learning vs. in-classroom learning outcomes?

Final general session at EDUCAUSE West/Southwest Reg. Conference, " Accreditation: What's IT Got to Do with It?" #WSWRC11_GS03

#WSWRC11_GS03 online audience let me know if you want me to ask the panel a question or make a comment on our behalf

#wswrc11_gs03 Have you seen increase in IT involvement with the accreditation process in wake of growth of technolgy-based online learning?