Online Webinars - Live and Recorded


The IACBE is sponsoring a weekly webinar to talk about how business faculty, staff, and administrators are dealing with the changes brought about by COVID-19, changes that we all face as we serve our students in a virtual world. There is no charge to attend the webinar.

Join Dr. Okrepkie, President of the IACBE and Paul Mallette of Peregrine Global Services on July 9 at both 8:00 AM and 12:00 PM (US eastern) to discuss Competency-Based Learning and Assessment. In this webinar we will explore how you can:

  • Identify the competencies that employers are seeking,
  • build competencies into your courses,
  • assess student achievement of competencies, and
  • document student achievement of competencies.

This will be an interactive session where participants can share their insights and experiences. As always, time will be left at the end of the webinar for updates from participants on their institution’s plans for the fall as we move into the 2020-2021 academic year.

Thursday, July 9, 2020

8:00-9:00 am EDT OR 12:00-1:00pm EDT

To register for the 8:00 – 9:00 am (EDT) session go to

To register for the 12:00 – 1:00 pm (EDT) session go to

You will receive a link from GoToWebinar to attend the session

To view previous webinars go to

Future IACBE webinars include:

  • July 23 - to be determined
  • August 6 - Special Guest Dr. Leah Matthews, President of the Distance Education Accrediting Commission
  • August 20 - Trauma-Informed Teaching - with special guest Dr. Janice Carello, author of the Trauma-Informed Teaching and Learning (TITL) Blog
  • September 10 – IACBE Compliance Updates: Posting Student Achievement Results and Completing the Interim Quality Assurance Report (IQAR)
  • September 24 - TENTATIVE - Tips from the experts for getting your papers published and your presentations accepted

Links to future forums will be provided on the IACBE website at 2-3 weeks prior to the webinar as we are MOVING. FORWARD. TOGETHER. through this challenging new environment for business programs.