AALHE 2022 Conference Registration and Call for Proposals Open

Register for the AALHE 2022 Conference 
Submit a Proposal for AALHE 2022

Conference Registration is now open for the AALHE 2022 Conference Communities of Assessment: Reengaging and Learning Together. AALHE 2022 will bring together the various communities that exist within higher education assessment through a dynamic hybrid learning experience. The Conference will take place June 6-9, 2022 with placed-based learning in Providence, Rhode Island and online virtual learning on the Whova platform. Attendees can choose to join us in community in-person in Providence, Rhode Island for live sessions and in-person networking opportunities or online for on-demand pre-recorded sessions and virtual networking. No matter how you join, AALHE 2022 will inspire and connect us as we reengage and learn together to support the assessment of student learning. Become an AALHE Member and register by April 8 to secure the best rate!

The Call for Proposals is open and you are invited to submit a proposal to share your work with the AALHE assessment community at AALHE 2022. Choose from six different session types including Dialogue, Panel, Research, and Lightning Sessions and Pre-Conference and Skill Development Workshops. Within these different sessions there are four session tracks to choose from: Communities of Data, Communities of Engagement, Communities of Inclusion, and Communities of Innovation. In alignment with the conference theme, proposal authors are encouraged to submit proposals as a community when possible (i.e. submissions with multiple presenters, presenters with different roles in assessment, or different types of institutions represented). Submissions for Pre-Conference Workshops are due by January 14, 2022 and all other submissions are due by February 14, 2022.

 

2020-2021 President's Annual Report

AALHE Past President, André Foisy, invites you to review the 2021-2021 President's Annual Report to learn more about AALHE's progress and highlights from our committees this past year thanks to the engagement of our community of members and the leadership of our volunteers. He states, "as I reflect on the work of AALHE over the past year, the characteristic that most impresses me about our community is resilience. Throughout this time, our members have demonstrated this quality in their continual commitment to our vision of creating a world in which assessment is a catalyst for learning. Although the last year has been characterized by uncertainty due to a global pandemic, climate change, political turmoil, and other challenges, the contributions of our members to our vision through volunteering, presenting, and engaging in AALHE-related events has made our community a point of strength for assessment practitioners as we have lived through this challenging period." Select the button below to read more. 

Review the 2020-2021 Annual Report

 

Become an AALHE Member

Join a community of over 700 assessment professionals! As a member of AALHE, you will have access to a wealth of resources and many opportunities to network with others in the field. The insights shared by you and your colleagues in this dynamic community will enrich higher education and provide for future growth and transformation. AALHE Members enjoy discounted conference registration rates, exclusive access to past webinars, and opportunities to participate in Assessment Learning Exchanges, attend the Summer Book Club, and volunteer on AALHE's Committees. 

Become an AALHE Member

 

Get Involved as a Volunteer

The AALHE volunteer community is an active group of assessment professionals around the nation who come together to share their knowledge and make valuable professional connections, learn new skills, and help AALHE continually improve. Our Committees are currently recruiting volunteers for the July 2021 - June 2022 year. Committees seeking volunteers include: Communications, Conference, Finance, Infrastructure, President's Committee on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Professional Development, Publications, and Recruitment and Retention. New and existing members are encouraged to get involved. Consider joining and volunteering with AALHE to advance the practice of assessment in higher education.  

Volunteer on an AALHE Committee

 

The Benefits of Membership

As a member of AALHE, you have access to a wealth of resources that will help you as an assessment professional.

In addition to the resources below, you will be a part of one of the fastest-growing assessment organizations in the world.  The networking opportunities are vast throughout the year and the insights shared by you and your colleagues will enrich higher education and provide for future growth and transformation.

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AALHE's Mission

Is to develop and support a community of educators and inform assessment practices in higher education to foster and improve student learning and institutional quality.

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