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A divisional competency framework for Assessment

A divisional competency framework for Assessment

As the Learning Outcomes and Assessment committee was re-formed, it became quite clear early on that it would be useful to have a common language when we were speaking about assessment. More specifically, it became especially clear that we needed…

My Experience at the 2015 ACPA Assessment Institute

My Experience at the 2015 ACPA Assessment Institute

by Adam Kuhn   This past June I had the chance to participate in the 2015 ACPA Assessment Institute in Louisville. The institute was a 3-day event that focused on assessment in Student Affairs. This year, the institute offered two streams-…

Interactive Assessment: Focus Groups

Interactive Assessment: Focus Groups

by Svitlana Frunchak Throughout the past academic year, focus groups were my favorite assessment activity. In comparison with surveys – especially the long annual ones that tend to take much time to design and even more to analyze – I…

What Happens at a P2P Assessment Party?

What Happens at a P2P Assessment Party?

by Erin Clifford   “I’d like someone to bounce my ideas off of” “I really wish I could have someone to look over my survey and review my questions” “I know that I should plan my assessment when I plan…

Summer Webinars from Campus Labs

Summer Webinars from Campus Labs

from Campus Labs Summer break is a great time to recharge and reprioritize. It’s also your favorite time to learn – or at least, that’s what our webinar attendance reports have shown us over the years. With that in mind,…

Peer-to-Peer Assessment Parties!

Peer-to-Peer Assessment Parties!

Are you sitting on a whole bunch of assessment data and not sure where to start? Are you looking for feedback on a draft survey? Are you working on some Learning Outcomes and looking for a second opinion? The Learning…

Collecting Student Demographic Information

Collecting Student Demographic Information

by Janelle Joseph, PhD   The word demographic comes from demo (meaning people) and graphics (meaning describing). Students can be described based on their gender, ethnicity, grad/undergrad status, program of study, or living on or off campus. Let’s face it,…

Finding Common Ground: The Language of Learning Outcomes   

Finding Common Ground: The Language of Learning Outcomes  

by Jennifer Radley I recently participated in a webinar which explored the importance of terminology and the value of creating a common language when designing and assessing learning outcomes. Writing learning outcomes in a consistent manner is very important a…