Indiana Campus Compact
Call for Co-Chair: Tracking and Monitoring Community Engagement – Aug 12
Call for Co-Chair for 2020 Community of Practice – Tracking and Monitoring Community Engagement: I.T. and the C.E.P.
COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE LEADERSHIP
Co-Chair: H. Anne Weiss, Director of Assessment, Indiana Campus Compact
Facilitate community of practice (CoP) online meetings
Experience in forming and motivating groups | Experience in the topic of information and technology and the tracking or monitoring of community engagement | Deep knowledge of best practices of community-campus engagement and the role that inquiry activities have in informing institutional-level community engagement work
September 2019 – June 2020
· September – December 2019: monthly Co-Chair calls to create scope of Community of Practice (CoP)
· January –June 2020: Ongoing meetings of full CoP
· June 2020: Co-Chairs wrap up
· Letter of interest due to H. Anne Weiss (firstname.lastname@example.org) on Monday, August 12, 2019 before noon (E.T.)
· Letter should address your experience relevant to the qualifications listed above and in detail on the next page
· Co-Chair will be selected by Friday, August 30, 2019
CO-CHAIR POSITION DETAILS
This is a great opportunity for staff or faculty who want to lead and learn alongside a group of practitioners who work in the newest, and arguably most exciting, stage of inquiring about higher education’s engagement with community: figuring out who does what, with whom, about what or to what end, and for how long. If you are seeking to build a wider-reputation for your expertise and experiences with information technology (IT) and the institutionalization of community engagement (CE) in higher education (HE), this is the right experience of you!
WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?
· We are seeking an individual who can help us build a community around the topics of IT (e.g. Collaboratory, GivePulse, GalaxyDigital, OrgSync, Lyons, Time2Track, Digital Measures-Activity Insight, etc.) and the practices of tracking or monitoring CE in HE.
· The ideal candidate will be a staff or faculty member at any Campus Compact partner campus in the country, who has 2-5 years of experience in evaluating, onboarding, integrating, and sustaining one or more IT platforms for providing data on unit or institutional campus-community engagement activities.
· Further, this individual should have experience in forming groups (establishing norms, building trust and rapport, developing traditions or expectations, etc.) and leading small or large group-work that begets a mutually beneficial and informative learning artifact.
· Finally, the individual should have a solid foundation of knowledge surrounding the best practices and characteristics of CE, and they should be able to discuss the role inquiry activities have in informing CE activities and the institutionalization of it in higher education.
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Reach out to H. Anne Weiss with questions at 317-274-5512, email@example.com
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