IMS CLR Roundtable: Learn & Lead
A monthly open forum for institutional leaders on comprehensive learner records strategy, design, and implementation.
Learning happens in many ways at our institutions, yet you’d never know it by looking at a traditional student transcript. But never fear...the Comprehensive Learner Record (CLR) is here! Designed to digitally capture, record, and communicate all learning whenever it happens, the CLR is a better student transcript. Equip your students with a smarter, authenticated record of their learning to show off as they enter this new economy.
The CLR Roundtable is where you will learn from experts so you can lead a successful initiative at your institution—from planning to implementation. Meeting topics will vary each month so that participants walk away with plenty of lessons learned and best practices.
27 July 2020 | 11:30 a.m. (EDT)
Models for How to Strategize Your CLR Readiness
CLR early adopters know that successful projects require robust planning and collaboration. At this roundtable, we'll walk through key considerations for starting up a CLR initiative on your campus. CLR experts from three institutions will lead the discussion and share their experiences and advice. *Get your questions ready and submit them in advance.
- Susan Donat, Ph.D., Assistant Director of Curriculum and Assessment, Messiah College
- Mark McConahay, Associate Vice Provost and Registrar, Indiana University
- Meena Naik, UNT Career Connect Program Director, University of North Texas
- Kelly Hoyland, Higher Education Program Manager, IMS Global Learning Consortium
You don't need to sign up in advance to participate. Just click the link below to join the meeting on 27 July.
29 June 2020
Comprehensive Learner Records: What and Why
New to CLR? This roundtable will provide an opportunity to understand the goals, benefits, and current efforts of CLR projects. Join the discussion and get your CLR questions addressed.
This meeting will be led by:
- Jeff Bohrer, Technical Program Manager, IMS Global Learning Consortium
- Tom Green, Ph.D., Associate Executive Director, American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO)