Content Type: Toolkit
At institutions across the country, many of the stop-gap measures deployed by the IT organization to save the spring 2020 semester will prove insufficient for this extended timeline. IT will need to work closely with university leadership to develop more appropriate and effective remote processes and pedagogies.
This toolkit will help you reflect on your COVID-19 response and explain IT’s role in the crisis to leaders across campus.
Our campus communities are facing a time of unprecedented challenge, putting more pressure than ever on Advancement teams to guide fundraising efforts for not only the institution but vulnerable members of the campus community. This toolkit will help you develop a communications plan and write effective COVID-19 assistance fund outreach.
This toolkit will help district hiring teams immediately improve principal interviews to more accurately evaluate strategic thinking and interpersonal skills.
This toolkit will help business leaders formulate or update their financial contingency plans with tactics applicable during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.
One of the main ways institutions learn about visitors’ experiences and opinions is through a post-visit survey. This tool is intended to provide necessary guidance to write a new survey from scratch or to revise an existing survey to better measure the information desired.
The compendium is a picklist to help executives evaluate and choose the cost containment tactics best suited for their institutions.
This resource will help heads of school identify and design clear faculty guidelines in order to create a safe and consistent school experience for all students.
To secure increasingly competitive enrollments, colleges and universities need to make the most of every piece of communication students receive between deposit and matriculation. Enrollment managers can use this toolkit to track, streamline, and revise all post-deposit student communications sent from various departments.
College and university webpages are often filled with higher education terms that are inaccessible to first-generation students. Discover tools to reduce higher ed jargon and simplify messages.
Community college leaders need to be able to appeal to different stakeholders (and their style of thinking) on campus. This tool will help community colleges lead an exercise to discover the six different “thinking hat” styles to help change the way leaders structure the planning process.