The peer review process is a fundamental part of any accreditation review. Informed professionals review materials and make judgements about how well standards are met. Additionally, being a peer reviewer can provide insights into not only the accreditation process, but also enhance knowledge of the standards. So why would anyone want to become a peer reviewer? This webinar will provide some general tips on how to become a peer reviewer and discuss the benefits of becoming a peer reviewer.
Join us to learn:
- How to become a peer reviewer
- Benefits of being a reviewer
- What experience is needed
- Training requirements
Knowledge Center Expert
Dr. Tisha M. Paredes was the Assistant Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment at Old Dominion University. Prior to accepting this position in 2015, she served as the office’s Research Associate, Senior Research Associate, and Director of Assessment. Tisha helped to promote institutional effectiveness activities at all levels of the University. She has presented workshops and consulted on topics including institutional effectiveness, academic and administrative assessment, general education assessment, QEP assessment, and SACSCOC compliance. She has served on several on and off-site accreditation committees. Her book, Using Focus Groups to Listen, Learn, and Lead in Higher Education, was published in summer 2018. Recently, Tisha stepped away from ODU to focus on consulting with other institutions.
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