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Join us for free webinars focusing on different issues and skill development for assessment practitioners. Click on the title of upcoming webinars to register.

AALHE members can access previous webinars in the Webinar Library


Assessing Civic Engagement in Massachusetts Public Higher Education

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 from 3:00-4:00 PM EDT

This webinar will explore the implementation of a statewide Policy on Civic Learning in Massachusetts public higher education, followed by an examination of how one Massachusetts college, Bristol Community College, is assessing impacts of civic learning on its students. The statewide view will focus on assessing inputs--through the design of a process to designate courses with a Civic Learning focus across 24 public campuses--and on developing tools to measure student civic learning outcomes. The campus view will integrate three approaches to assessment: course-level by faculty, quantitative data collection, and impact data collection.

Presenters: Dr. John Reiff and Dr. Suzanne M. Buglione

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Twitter for Assessment Professionals

Friday, April 27, 2018 from 12:00-12:30 PM Eastern

Social media is a critical part of the way many professionals communicate and interact.

The use of social media allows people to:

1) discover new ideas;

 2) connect with existing and new audiences in deeper ways;

3) bring attention and traffic to their work; and

4) build and enhance their professional identity.

This webinar will establish how the Twitter social media platform can provide value for assessment professionals. Participants will gain a basic understanding of the vernacular used in Twitter, the basic traits of a professional Twitter profile, and strategies to interact with other assessment professionals and professional organizations on the platform.

Presenter: Andre Foisy

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Previous Webinars

AALHE members can access via the Member Portal

  • Creating a Co-Curricular Learning Assessment Infrastructure, by D. Scott Tharp, December 2017
  • Data Visualization: Resources and Methods for Telling your Data Story, by Dr. Courtney Vengrin, September 2017
  • Answering Tough Questions: An Approach for Assessment Coordinators/Leaders, by Drs. Monica Stitt-Bergh and Becky Dueben, April 2017
  • Collecting Information Meaningful to Your Institution: A Practical Accreditation Strategy, by Jane Marie Souza, January & March 2017
  • Show Me The Learning!, by Dr. Terrel Rhodes, March 2017
  • Ethical Reasoning: Defining, Teaching, Assessing, by Drs. Bill Hawk and Keston Fulcher, April 2016
  • Engaging Faculty in the Assessment Process: Make it More About Teaching and Learning, by Dr. Catherine M. Wehlburg, April 2016
  • Recognizing Excellence in Campus Assessment: Using the Excellence in Assessment Designation for Self-Assessment, by Drs. Teri Lyn Hinds and Natasha Jankowski, March 2016
  • Implementation Fidelity Assessment: A Framework for Evidence-Based Decision Making, by Dr. John D. Hathcoat, Heather Harris, Madison Holzman, and Derek Sauder, January 2016
  • Easy Predictors: Quickly Explore Your Data to Find Trends, Relationships, and Predictors, by Dr. David Eubanks, December 2015
  • SharePoint As An Assessment Management Tool, by Drs. Jane Marie Souza and Keith Werosh, November 2015
  • Curricular Mapping: See the Alignment of Course, Program, and Institutional Data with Links to Evidence of Student Learning, by Valerie Landau and Jocelyn Shadforth, November 2015
  • Faculty Perspectives on Cultures of Assessment, by Dr. Matthew Fuller, October 2015
  • The Many Faces of Assessment: Strategies for Effective Assessment of Co-curricular Programs, by Dr. Jeremy Penn, September 2015
  • Building the Science of Learning Assessment, by Dr. David Dirlam, May 2014
  • How to Use Credit Hour Compliance to Forward Authentic Assessment, by Drs. Marsha Watson and Kathleen Gorski, February 2014
  • Faculty Engagement in Assessment Across Institutional Contexts, by Drs. Jeremy Penn and Catherine Wehlburg, September 2013


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