Recent Presentations

A sampling of recent conference presentations:

 

  • Demystifying student learning assessment plenary at the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS-COC) Summer Institute, Daytona Beach, 2013
  • Changing expectations for assessment plenary at the Association of Independent Colleges & Universities of Pennsylvania conference, Grantville, 2012
  • What do accreditors want? Successful strategies for meeting regional accreditation requirements for learning assessment keynote at the LiveText Assessment & Collaboration Conference, Chicago, 2012
  • Getting beyond accreditation: Using assessment to facilitate transformation in the classroom plenary at the Annual Institute on Best Practices in Institutional Effectiveness sponsored by Central Piedmont Community College Center for Applied Research, Charleston, South Carolina, 2012
  • Meeting regional accreditors’ expectations for assessment: How IR can help presentation at the AIR Annual Forum, New Orleans, 2012
  • Why are we assessing? keynote at Tk20 Users Conference, Austin, 2012
  • Communication & collaboration: The keys to assessment success keynote at the Weave Online Annual Conference, Blacksburg, Virginia, 2012
  • Making sense of assessment results keynote at the 16th Annual Assessment air for Illinois Community Colleges, Oakton Community College, 2012
  • Why are we assessing? plenary at the Annual International Lilly Conference on College Teaching, Miami University, Ohio, 2011
  • What the heck is going on with accreditation and accountability? plenary at the Annual Institute on Best Practices in Institutional Effectiveness sponsored by the Central Piedmont Community College Center for Applied Research, Towson, 2011
  • Rethinking assurance of learning plenary address at the Assessment Conference sponsored by the American Association of Colleges & Schools of Business, Atlanta, 2011
  • Why are we assessing? Rethinking assessment’s purpose opening plenary session “provocateur” with reactions from panelists Thomas Angelo, Trudy Banta, Peter Ewell, George Kuh, and Jeffrey Seybert at the Assessment Institute in Indianapolis, 2010
  • A common sense approach to assessing student learning plenary speech at the National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Evaluation Forum, Tokyo, 2010
 
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