Weave + CHEA 2023
Welcome to DC and the CHEA 2023 Annual Conference! Weave is pleased to participate this year, and we cannot wait to meet you in person.
Attend our panel session:
Accreditation Fatigue: How Academics, Accreditors, and Vendors Working Together Can Bring Rest to the Weary
Panel Moderator: Dr. Amy Dykens, host of Accreditation Conversations Podcast
Wednesday, January 25th | 2:45pm ET
Accreditation is Complex. Let’s Make the Processes Easier.
As the push for accountability and evidence in continues, accreditors and institutions have a critical role to play in the way forward and how unique higher ed stories are shared.
Focus on What Matters with a Comprehensive Platform Built by Your Accreditor Colleagues
Technology has continued to shape the education landscape, and accreditation is no exception. As teams are remote and virtual, having the right tools to collaborate saves time and energy.
Weave promotes focusing on supporting institutions in genuine narrative writing by removing tedious team management, formatting, and back and forth communication. This is supported by thoughtful evidence and fostering meaningful, actionable, and timely feedback from reviewers – resulting in a rewarding partnership for accreditors.
Stop by our booth and learn more about how we can help you and your members!
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Bringing energy back to accreditation with a simplified, collaborative platform
Included Onboarding and Resources
Tailored implementation and onboarding
Member & Evaluator training
Webinars, eBooks, resources in the Knowledge Center
Professional Development through Weave Academy
Exceptional Service and Support
Want More Resources?
Read our Latest Case Study
Solving Accreditation Fatigue with Technology: A Case Study with CAHME
Dr. Anthony Stanowski, President and CEO, Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management
Accreditors and their member schools have the same goal – presenting to stakeholders how they fulfill their unique mission. However, many aspects of current processes are tedious and inefficient, resulting in fatigue and an end product that isn’t as useful as it could be. But there is a solution!