Good morning!

Yesterday, you received a message highlighting the institutional transition from the Anthology platform to our new HelioCampus institutional effectiveness and assessment platform at UTK.

The Assessment Steering Committee is asking programs to continue collecting evidence and working to prepare assessment reports for the 2022-2023 academic year, but to do this outside of the Anthology platform. Programs will have access to historical reports within the Anthology platform until October 2023, at which time these historical reports will be hosted within the HelioCampus platform.

We know that structural changes can be stressful and confusing. Rest assured that the Assessment Steering Committee is available to support you through this transition. Please do let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

Take care,

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Ashley M. Browning, M.A.

Compliance System Specialist
Institutional Effectiveness
2514 Dunford Hall
Knoxville, TN 37996
(865) 974-9758
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As a member of the UT community, I acknowledge the Tsalagi people (now the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians) and the Tsoyaha people (Yuchi and Muscogee Creek), who are the Indigenous custodians of the land upon which we work and live, and recognize their continuing connection to the land, water, and air that UT consumes each day. As a land grant university, we collectively pay our respects to these Nations, and to their elders past, present, and emerging. I also know that land acknowledgements are a necessary but insufficient approach to indigenous liberation and sovereignty.