Upcoming Workshops & Webinars

TreeTop Commons is committed to helping you achieve your community engagement goals. One way we can support you is to help you reflect upon your current community engagement strategy and supports and think about your vision for the future. Recognizing that the elective Community Engagement Carnegie Classification can sharpen a higher education institution’s focus on strategic goals, and monitoring and measuring, we are excited to provide convenings this fall to support your efforts.

Questions?
Email us at collaboratory@treetopcommons.com.

Join us at the 2019 Eastern Region Campus Compact Conference!

Infusing Community Engagement Data into your Institutional Strategy: Introducing Collaboratory
Monday, March 25, 2019 | 2:00pm-3:00pm EDT

Presenters:

  • Lisa Keyne, Chief Strategy Officer for Collaboratory, TreeTop Commons
  • Lauren Wendling, Collaboratory Customer Specialist, TreeTop Commons
  • Emily Janke, Director, Institute for Community & Economic Engagement at UNC Greensboro

Community engagement is a key strategy by which your institution accomplishes its mission. How do you know you are reaching your goals? How can you improve associated collaborations and outcomes? Learn how Collaboratory collects and organizes data to provide evidence of engagement, refine strategy, and assist with institutional storytelling.

You will:

  • Consider the need for and value of collecting data related to institutional community engagement. This includes a variety of activities such as research and creative activity, course-based experiences, co-curricular engagement, outreach programs, initiatives, etc.
  • Hear from UNCG:
    • Why and how they collect and review community engagement data
    • How the data they collect informs institutional strategy and is utilized across the institution
    • What future goals they have identified for using community engagement to inform/refine their practice
  • Learn how Collaboratory, software designed to organize all data associated with your community engagement, can support your efforts to identify participation and contributions at the institution, deepen understanding in your community about institutional involvement, and strengthen connections.
  • Be introduced to resources that will support your work back home.

Join us at the 2019 Midwest Region Campus Compact Conference!

Infusing Community Engagement Data into your Institutional Strategy: Introducing Collaboratory
Monday, March 25, 2019 | 2:00pm-3:00pm EDT

Presenters:

  • Lisa Keyne, Chief Strategy Officer for Collaboratory, TreeTop Commons
  • Lauren Wendling, Collaboratory Customer Specialist, TreeTop Commons
  • Kristin Norris, Director of Assessment, Office of Community Engagement, IUPUI

Community engagement is a key strategy by which your institution accomplishes its mission. How do you know you are reaching your goals? How can you improve associated collaborations and outcomes? Learn how Collaboratory collects and organizes data to provide evidence of engagement, refine strategy, and assist with institutional storytelling.

You will:

  • Consider the need for and value of collecting data related to institutional community engagement. This includes a variety of activities such as research and creative activity, course-based experiences, co-curricular engagement, outreach programs, initiatives, etc.
  • Hear from IUPUI:
    • Why and how they collect and review community engagement data
    • How the data they collect informs institutional strategy and is utilized across the institution
    • What future goals they have identified for using community engagement to inform/refine their practice
  • Learn how Collaboratory, software designed to organize all data associated with your community engagement, can support your efforts to identify participation and contributions at the institution, deepen understanding in your community about institutional involvement, and strengthen connections.
  • Be introduced to resources that will support your work back home.