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"Definitely worth the time and to have access to such expertise for free is amazing."


"Dr. Welburg's webinar was rich in general guidelines and specific examples and data. The poll results are also interesting and informative, helping us see how other institutions are handling their program review."

"The content was very helpful and thought-provoking. Dr. Wehlburg is a very effective presenter and I really appreciated that she shared her past experiences with the audience."


 

About the Webinar:

External program reviews for academic programs are becoming common as a means for assessing programs and providing feedback for improvement at the curricular and administrative levels.

Each program review is an opportunity for the department and institution to take a comprehensive look at a program in order to evaluate strengths and weaknesses, and to consider its future. Setting up these reviews can be a time consuming process and the difficulties and costs can get in the way of a successful and useful outcome.

This webinar will describe models for both internal and external program reviews, as well as tips for managing the process and obstacles to avoid.


About our Guest Presenter:

Dr. Catherine M. Wehlburg
Dr. Catherine M. Wehlburg is the Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness at Texas Christian University.

She has taught psychology and educational psychology courses for more than a decade, serving as department chair for some of that time and then branched into faculty development and assessment.

Dr. Wehlburg has worked with both the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association and the Commission on Colleges with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools as an outside evaluator. In addition, she has served as editor of To Improve the Academy and is currently the Editor-in-Chief for the New Directions in Teaching and Learning series.

Dr. Wehlburg regularly presents workshops on assessment, academic transformation, and the teaching/learning process. Her books include Promoting Integrated and Transformative Assessment: A Deeper Focus on Student Learning and Meaningful Course Revision: Enhancing Academic Engagement Using Student Learning Data. She earned her Ph.D. in educational psychology from the University of Florida.