Engage cross-campus stakeholders in Academic Affairs review processes for fast decisions
Compared to other administrative offices on campus, Academic Affairs presents unique document and process management challenges. In order to reach consensus and approval for various matters under collaborative review, such as Curriculum Review or Tenure and Promotion Review, the office must communicate with numerous stakeholders, from individual faculty members to faculty committees, to deans, VPs, and the school’s Chancellor or Provost.
Unfortunately, many institutions still struggle with managing collaborative review processes, often resorting to physically routing paper documents and creating cumbersome document-reliant processes, as faculty must either review materials in person or receive costly photocopies via campus mail.
By replacing paper-based filing and routing with electronic files and process automation capabilities, OnBase removes the headaches and bottlenecks from collaborative reviews. Multiple reviewers simultaneously access complete files from wherever they may be – whether on campus or on the road. As a result, the collaborative review process keeps moving for more timely decision making.
With OnBase in Academic Affairs, institutions:
- Facilitate collaboration for more informed review processes
- Remove barriers to timely decision-making
- Actively engage stakeholders by providing convenient access to files for review
OnBase keeps the curriculum review process moving, delivering complete electronic files to reviewers and committees right when they need them
Manage files electronically and automate review processes with OnBase to keep focused on maintaining and growing faculty talent pools
Tenure and Promotion Review
OnBase offers instant anytime, anywhere access to application files and automated routing tools to keep faculty tenure review processes moving