Class Information

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Student Learning Assessment: Using Evidence to Improve Learning
Coral Bender
Faculty, Staff


Date: 04/05/2022  09:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Location: Zoom   Zoom 1

Course Description

Hosted by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness, Student Learning Assessment: Using Evidence to Improve Learning, is the fourth in the series of five scaffolded sessions. Upon successful completion of this session, participants will discuss the appropriateness of evidence collected, how using multiple measures and integrating student learning data with institutional data can help tell your program/unit story, and discuss common barriers often found when collecting evidence for student learning assessment purposes. While completing each session in the intended order is encouraged and earns the participant the Certificate of Achievement in Student Learning Assessment those only interested in a particular topic are welcome to attend.

Audience: faculty and staff involved in program/certificate level degrees. All sessions will be held via Zoom.  The zoom link will be sent at least 48 hours prior to the session date.