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Webinar: Assessing Sustainability Literacy & Culture: Innovations & Lessons Learned by Multiple Institutions
This interactive panel discussion will feature four presenters from different geographic regions (eastern and western United States) and institutional contexts (private and public, and from small liberal arts colleges to large universities) who will highlight their different approaches, shared challenges, and lessons learned from efforts to design and distribute surveys to assess sustainability literacy and culture (STARS credits AC-6 and EN-6) on their campus. The panel will discuss the process they used to design, peer-review and distribute their surveys, as well as approaches for analyzing and sharing the resulting data. The session will include insight on the opportunity to use these widely-dispersed sustainability surveys to fill in knowledge gaps pertaining to other sustainability initiatives, including those relevant to additional STARS credits, such as gauging: community service (EN-13), commuting data (OP-16), and courses (AC-1) and research (AC-9) related to sustainability. Participants will be encouraged to contemplate their institute’s goals for their literacy and culture assessment, including their target audience content matter and methodology. Lastly, the panel will review the new STARS 3.0 requirements for AC-6 and EN-6 so that participants can craft their sustainability literacy and culture survey to maximize STARS credits for versions 2.2 and 3.0, and at the same time, center the survey around supporting their institute’s sustainability initiatives.

Sep 28, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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