Interactive Continuing Education

Benefit from formal training to build your assessment and accreditation skills within a supportive, like-minded community.

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Find a Live Virtual Course, Workshop or Webinar That’s Right for You

Come meet new colleagues in a live virtual course, workshop or webinar and leave with practical plans you can use right away to enhance institutional effectiveness in your course, program, or institution.

Live & Colloborative

Live & Colloborative

Virtual, live classes include teaching and discussion with colleagues from various backgrounds in an interactive platform.

Small Class Sizes

Small Class Sizes

Each course and workshop is capped at up to 12 students to foster participation and relationships.

Get Weave Certified

Get Weave Certified

Specific courses provide a Weave Academy Certified Practitioner endorsement, including a certificate and logo to use in your email signature line.

What Alumni Are Saying

"Weave Academy gave me the knowledge and confidence to tackle the ever-growing world of assessment. The course was practical and purposeful, and as a result, I left with a better understanding. I would highly recommend newbies like me to take the Weave courses! Excellent resource."

- Chris Dickerson, Carolina College of Biblical Studies

"I learned a lot of great assessment stuff [in the Implementation course], but the real bonus has been reigniting my enthusiasm for assessment. Weave did a super job on both fronts. Thank you for investing in class and the students."

- Kathy Schultz, SUNY Cobleskill

"I credit the tools and context provided through the course with empowering me to develop the resources and knowledge to make the faculty feel supported throughout the process."

- Jeremy Reich, New Jersey Institute of Technology

"As a result of my experiences with Weave Academy, my practitioner's toolbox has expanded in ways that have enhanced my ability to engage with faculty and staff across all academic areas as well as administrative units."

- Tammy Mize, Truett McConnell University

Meet the Instructors

Stephen Biscotte, PhD

Stephen Biscotte, PhD

Director of General Education, Virginia Tech

Areas of Expertise

  • Intro to Assessment
  • General Education
  • Learning Improvement

Dr. Biscotte has devoted much of his professional research to general education. He has given various presentations as well as facilitated workshops on innovative structures, university reform efforts, and program evaluation both locally and nationally. Prior to his role at Virginia Tech, for 10 years he taught high school courses in anatomy and physiology, biology, and physical science.

Anthony Marziliano, MS

Anthony Marziliano, MS

Director for Academic Assessment, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, St. John’s University

Areas of Expertise

  • Intro to Assessment
  • Implementation
  • Accreditation

With 10+ years of higher education assessment experience, Anthony manages all assessment workflow and leads in scholarship and publishing efforts. His research includes higher education assessment, qualitative methods for improved student learning, goal achievement and outcomes, and quantitative statistical analysis of student learning.

Tisha Paredes, PhD

Tisha Paredes, PhD

Assistant AP, Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment, Old Dominion University

Areas of Expertise

  • Intro to Assessment
  • General Education
  • Accreditation

Dr. Paredes started in 2005 as a graduate assistant in the IE office and has held several positions there. In her current role she works closely with faculty and staff in creating assessment plans and reports as well as monitoring SACSCOC standards for the institution. Tisha is an experienced presenter, consultant, and author.

Sheri Popp, EdD

Sheri Popp, EdD

Director of Professional Development, Weave Education

Areas of Expertise

  • Accreditation
  • General Education
  • Intro to Assessment

Sheri spent eight years serving as an Associate Dean for Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness at a small college, where Weave played an important part in the assessment program. Prior to that, she spent 14 years as a K-12 classroom teacher. She is passionate about sound educational practices, including assessment that allows institutions to improve student learning while meeting accreditation requirements.

Joy Row, MBA

Joy Row, MBA

Senior Data Analyst, Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Research, and Planning, Temple College

Areas of Expertise

  • Intro to Assessment
  • Accreditation Series

Ms. Row works closely with department chairs and division directors to create assessment plans that allow faculty and staff to evaluate and present their work for many purposes other than accreditation. Temple College will officially receive reaccreditation in June, 2021, having no recommendations cited in the compliance report or the on-site visit.

Ray Van Dyke, EdD

Ray Van Dyke, EdD

Senior Vice President Emeritus, Weave Academy

Areas of Expertise

  • Accreditation
  • Implementation
  • Intro to Assessment

With over 30 years of experience in education, Ray contributes valuable insight on higher education policy and research. As a former principal, Director of Assessment and Evaluation at VT, and accreditation reviewer, his knowledge guides the team and our customers in modern best practices and resources.

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