New Website! New Member type!
Thursday, December 22, 2016
Posted by: Jamie Wigand
AALHE’s New Website is a New Turn for the Organization
New features and discounted Memberships are only the beginning
Lexington, Kentucky: Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education (AALHE) has launched a new website to better serve its Members and higher education assessment professionals. AALHE.org has been refaced, but what is behind the new look is what’s most exciting.
AALHE has created a new Institutional Organization Membership which offers many benefits including the ability to post jobs openings, search Member resumes, register Members for events at discounted rates, among other benefits. Contact AALHE for more information on this option.
To support our future assessment professionals, the Graduate Student Member annual rate has been decreased from $90 to only $40. Current Members will also have several new features available to them as well as improved tools to access a wide range of resources.
“AALHE is growing and striving to meet the demand for better resources and networking in higher education assessment. Our new website allows for our members to be better prepared to meet the changing needs on their own institutions, their regions, and our nation.” –Catherine M. Wehlburg, Ph.D., President
Become a Member today and enjoy these new and enhanced benefits:
- Connect and instant message with other Members and experts in assessment with our enhanced Member Database
- Post calls for participation, event announcements, research queries, and member news to our Community Forum
- Member-only access to archives, including webinars, and a searchable collection of slides and handouts from past conferences
- Search the Member-only directory and instant message with other Members online
- Support AALHE by making a donation or purchasing merchandise
- And much more
The Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education (AALHE) is an organization of practitioners interested in using effective assessment practice to document and improve student learning. As such, it serves the needs of those in higher education for whom assessment is a tool to help them understand learning and develop processes for improving it.
AALHE is a charitable organization recognized as tax-exempt under the Internal Revenue Service code 501(c)(3).