2020 Conditions and Procedures: In-Depth Review of Program and Student Criteria
May 25, 2021. 2:00-4:00 p.m. EDT
Join NAAB as we present an in-depth review of Program and Student Criteria. Hear from Board Directors on the requirements for Condition 3, the difference between Program and Student Criteria, information on teaching and learning practices, and examples of evidence for programs to demonstrate compliance with the Criteria. Send us your questions in advance or bring them to the session with you! (Registration Closes May 21, 2021)
Ask NAAB: Q&A with NAAB Directors and Staff
June 22, 2021. 2:00-4:00 p.m. EDT
We know that the accreditation process can be confusing and raise many questions. From when to start to how granular the evidence of compliance needs to be, NAAB is here to answer questions from programs interested in accreditation. Whether your program is going through re-accreditation or seeking accreditation for the first time, this session will provide an opportunity to get more information about the process!
2020 Conditions and Procedures: Organizing Evidence with the Digital Guidelines
September 14, 2021. 2:00-4:00 p.m. EDT
As part of the virtual site visits, and according to the 2020 Conditions and Procedures, programs need to organize all their evidence of compliance in a digital format for their accreditation visit. NAAB developed the Digital Guidelines to help programs collect and organize their supporting documentation in a standardized format to allow for an efficient review by visiting teams. Join NAAB Directors and Staff in the discussion of Digital Guidelines and hear from peer programs that have recently completed their virtual site visit.
Implementation of the 2020 Conditions and Procedures
Overview of 2020 Conditions including the process that led to their development and the philosophy of shared values; innovation; and diversity, equity, and inclusivity; with a focus on assessment. Review of supporting 2020 Procedures for collecting and submitting evidence of compliance and student work. (Originally presented at the 2021 ACSA Annual Meeting)