One week until Ask C-PLAN webinar on marketing CPL cross-functionally!

Ask C-PLAN Series: A Cross-Functional Approach to Marketing Credit for Prior Learning (CPL)

August 17, 2022
2:00 – 3:00 p.m.

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From a campus perspective, CPL is a collaborative effort. So, how can we coordinate across functions and find ways to effectively market CPL? How do we reach students at every touch point? How do we share data to effectively measure strategies? How do we make the case to make CPL a marketing priority?

Join us for another Ask C-PLAN webinar. This time, weโ€™re focusing on a cross-functional approach to marketing CPL. This webinar session will offer research findings on marketing strategies, benefits, and gaps, as well as local examples from Minnesota State campuses.

Learn from your colleagues across the system. Presenters will share developing tools, and cross-functional, collaborative approaches with programs, campuses, and the system office. These approaches help build capacity and measure outcomes โ€“ all of which help with reporting and adjusting priorities. These outcomes can help make the case for CPL and create further cross-functional buy-in. Weโ€™ll also invite webinar participants to share examples, successes, and changes.

Please come talk with us and register now! Know someone who would be interested, or has a lesson to share? Send them the flyer!

Minnesota State Credit for Prior Learning Assessment Network (C-PLAN) offers continuing development on all the things campuses want to know about implementing and sustaining good CPL practice. These events benefit advisors, transfer specialists, student services staff, program directors, faculty, administrators, and others involved in CPL policy and practice on their campuses by encouraging cross-functional and cross-campus discussion.

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