Upcoming Events: Student Learning Outcomes Assessment

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North Instructional Plaza (CTL)

There are many ways to collect evidence of student learning, but determining what methods will provide the most useful, trustworthy, and actionable information for your academic program may be overwhelming. This session will introduce and explore different direct and indirect methods of collecting data for program assessment purposes. Details

Event Type: Pedagogy & Practice Workshops, Student Learning Outcomes Assessment

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372 MLC

In this workshop, we will engage in activities and techniques developed by Stanford University’s d.school and collectively brainstorm strategies for how we can incorporate and apply these methods in our own design work and practice. Details

Event Type: New Faculty Workshops, Pedagogy & Practice Workshops, Speaker Series, Student Learning Outcomes Assessment, TA Services and Programs

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North Instructional Plaza (CTL)

This workshop will address best practices for using rubrics in academic program assessment. Participants will learn about existing rubrics that can be adopted or tailored to different disciplines and departments, how to work with faculty colleagues to collaboratively create or modify rubrics, how to “norm” scoring across faculty raters, and how to present results. Details

Event Type: Pedagogy & Practice Workshops, Student Learning Outcomes Assessment

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North Instructional Plaza (CTL)

You have done the work of writing Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs), collecting data, and analyzing results. Now what happens? This session will explore how to use and make sense of assessment results and address how programs can (or should) use results to ultimately improve student learning and strengthen academic programs. Details

Event Type: Pedagogy & Practice Workshops, Student Learning Outcomes Assessment