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Announcing the 2015 Conference Proceedings

August 3, 2015

The 2015 Conference Proceedings is a rich resource for conference attendees and those unable to attend. This year, the Proceedings feature 13 papers that address current issues in higher education assessment, methods, and strategies for success. We thank Ed Cunliff and Tracey Romano, Proceedings Editors, for their work in making this excellent resource possible. Conference presenters have also shared their presentations and handouts (available to Members here.)

Paper Titles:

Data Envelopment Analysis for Assessment and Institution Effectiveness Practitioners
by Taiwo Ande and Christopher Garcia

Cheyney University’s Experience of Ten Year Re-affirmation of Accreditation Self-Study Process
by Phyllis W. Dawkins, Sesime K. Adanu, and Shayla M. Prince

How to Help Faculty Make Better Rubrics
by David K. Dirlam

Simple Predictors
by David Eubanks

Organizing (Actionable) Home-Grown Assessments for Key Institutional Outcomes
by Joan Hawthorne

A Guide to Curriculum and Accreditation Mapping using ExamSoft © Categories and Blueprint
by Alisha H. Johnson and Mary-Margaret S. Finney

A Model for Impacting Teacher Effectiveness
by Tara Rose, Beth Ettensohn, and Sara Jewell

Detecting, Measuring, and Acting on “Susceptibility to Intervention”
by Adam Ross Nelson

Assessment and Accreditation: An Institutional Collaborative Model
by Stacy Sculthorp, Jeremie Bellenir, and Heather Schroeder

Graduate Programs: Shifting the Mindset from Individual-Student to Program-Level Assessment
by Monica Stitt-Bergh

When Standardized Tests Give Sorry Results
by Janet Thiel

Understanding Student Learning
by Dave Veazey

Emergent Assessment: Assessing Learning That We Don’t Expect
by Catherine M. Wehlburg

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