Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Seminar on Student Learning Outcomes-Should you assess individual students?

Presenter: Dr. David Shupe

When colleges and universities first began doing outcomes assessment, they were told to create anonymous data by not retaining the names of the students whose work they were assessing.   Dr. David Shupe will here focus on twelve positive reasons to now move beyond that, that is, twelve good things that can happen as a direct result of assessing the work of named students.

David is Chief Innovation Officer at eLumen. Previously he was System Director for Academic Accountability for the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system, as Vice President of Academic Affairs and Student Development at Inver Hills Community College (MN), and as the founding director of the Master of Liberal Studies Program at the University of Minnesota. David received his PhD from Syracuse University.

Who should attend this webinar? 

  • Any person who has responsibility for student learning outcomes assessment at their institution (e.g., SLO Coordinators, Assessment Coordinators, Deans, Provosts, VPs, Presidents) 

If I attend, what will I take away from the webinar?
  • Compelling reasons to reconsider how and why outcomes assessment is being done at your institution
  • Attention to concerns about data privacy

Thursday, July 18, 2013 - 2:00PM -3:00PM, CDT 


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