The Adult College Completion Network hosts a free webinar series focused on issues crucial to increasing degree completion by adults with prior postsecondary credit. Be sure to check our events page for any upcoming webinars. Here you’ll also find archived copies of previous webinars.
Cliff Adelman, who led IHEP's recently-completed Project Win-Win, will discuss some of the findings from this work, which collaborated with 61 institutions to identify and find those students who had completed enough credits for an associate's degree but never received one.
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For further information about Project Win-Win and its outcomes, please see the recently-released final report.
Speaker: Patricia Steele, principal consultant, HigherEd Insight.
This webinar focuses on the basics of evaluation, including identifying and working with external evaluators. The webinar provides resources for those planning an external evaluation including how to develop an RFP, what costs to expect in carrying out an external evaluation and where to find external evaluators.
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Speakers: Baron Rodriguez, director, Privacy Technical Assistance Center
Michael Hawes, statistical privacy advisor, Department of Education
This webinar examines the FERPA implications of data mining efforts. Baron Rodriguez and Michael Hawes represented the Department of Education and provided guidance to participants about how the law does, and does not, limit this activity.
The webinar detailed the specific exemptions that may be available for institutions seeking to identify and contact these students.
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To view the PowerPoint slides, please click here.
- Using the Adult Learning Focused Institution Assessment Tools — December 6, 2012.
Speaker: Judity Wertheim, vice president, Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL)
Understanding the strengths and weaknesses in the ways that your institution serves adult learners is key to providing them with opportunities to succeed. This webinar focuses on the ways that the ALFI assessment tools — which were developed by the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) — can help you identify areas for improvement from your students’ perspectives as well as areas where programs and service are strong.
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