AASCU’s Innovations Exchange: A Source of Best Practices on Civic Engagement
The AASCU Innovations Exchange seeks to facilitate the sharing of successful new programs, policies and practices that other AASCU member institutions may benefit from replicating. Innovations reflect a range of issues central to contemporary university operations: resource management, student success, research and regional stewardship, program design and delivery, teacher education, international education, institutional change, and legislative relations and advocacy.
Be sure to check out the civic engagement innovations and consider submitting an ADP-related innovation of your own!
- Resource Management
- Student Success
- Research and Regional Stewardship
- Program Design and Delivery
- Teacher Education
- International Education
- Accountability and Advocacy
- Institutional Change Processes
What is Considered to be an Innovation
Innovations are defined as projects, programs, policies or practices that have demonstrated positive, measurable outcomes. They reflect initiatives that represent a new or creative approach to operationalizing an activity that supports the campus mission.
Share Recent Successful Initiatives on Your Campus
Campus representatives are encouraged to submit recent successful innovations via the links below. They will be asked to briefly describe the innovation, including its objectives, outcomes, challenges encountered, and evaluation approach, and provide contact information for further information.