Get ready for Engage 2019!
Engage 2019 is headed to the Big Easy, June 25-28, taking place at the Sheraton New Orleans. Engage has the fundamental purpose to unite our amazing clients to understand their impact on higher education, by the very work they’re doing everyday. Experience fun, excitement and getting one-on-one time with the Watermark team.
With our growing client community, we’re planning our biggest and best user conference to date. Expect inspiring keynote speakers, educational user sessions, hands-on training, and many new strategies to take back to your campus. Last year, over 400 attendees, from more than 230 institutions joined us for a sold out conference, so grab your spot now with our Early Bird ticket!
New to Engage? Check out who should attend from your campus and why past attendees won’t miss the annual event.
How much fun did we have last year? Check out highlights from Engage 2018 for a glimpse of what’s to come in 2019.
Join us for Engage!
Covering what matters most to the entire Watermark community
Who Engage Serves
Join your colleagues who share similar initiatives and roles around improving outcomes and streamlining processes on campus, while gaining perspectives from your peers and leaders in higher ed and beyond.
Learn to support your university’s mission with better data at Engage and gain perspective on the issues facing higher ed with conversations that go beyond your time at the conference.
Connect with your peers on topics ranging from activity reporting and review processes to assessment planning and learning outcomes assessment.
Meeting the data needs of a campus is a huge undertaking. Hear how your peers tackle the challenge, and connect with colleagues whose knowledge you can tap long after the conference ends.
Deans & Chairs
How are others evaluating program quality, meeting accreditation standards, improving student learning, and managing faculty? Don’t miss peer-led presentations focused on the many tasks you touch.
Learn how the tools your peers use to manage course and curriculum records, as well as catalog production, streamline workflows, ensure accuracy, and ease deadlines.
Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness
Discover how your colleagues approach assessing and demonstrating institutional effectiveness, as well as showing continuous improvement over time.
"Some of the more useful aspects of connecting with other users is the discovery of differing approaches to data collection and dissemination. The more we learn, and as the company evolves, we will continue to discover innovative pathways to collect and use data."
Sean Bedard-Parker, University of Minnesota Duluth