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Announcing the 2016 Conference Proceedings

July 27, 2016

The 2016 Conference Proceedings is a rich resource for conference attendees and members unable to attend. This year, the Proceedings feature 16 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 via the Resource Room)

Paper Titles:

Oil and Water: When Assessment and Faculty Don’t Mix
by Renee F. Aitken

Asking the Right Question – the Key to Good Assessment
by Sheri Barrett

Student and Faculty Engagement in Assessing Students’ Progress toward Meeting Program Outcomes
by Anita Chirco and Enid Arbelo Bryant

Using Authentic Assessment in ESL and Foreign Language Classes
by Stephanie Cronberg

Presenting Assessment Data that Empowers Decision-Making
by Brett King, Bucky Dodd, and Ed Cunliff

Real-time Developmental Assessment for Transforming Students and Teachers
by David K. Dirlam

Supporting Difficult Faculty Members to Create Effective Assessment
by Rebecca Dueben

Simplifying Assessment Reporting: A Home-Grown Solution
by John S. Duffield

Does Assessment Make Colleges Better? (AALHE 2016 Conference Panel Discussion)
by Megan Rodgers, David Dirlam, Keston Fulcher, Joan Hawthorne, and Javarro Russell

Authentic Assessments for an Online Environment: A Collaborative Design Approach
by Cynthia Howell

Assessment as Telling your Learning Story
by Kelly McMichael

Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes: Effective Organizational Infrastructure
by Pham Nhung

Faculty Perspectives on Program Assessment
by Jeanne Qvarntrom

Creating Comfortable Conversations with Faculty about Using Assessment Results for Improvement
By Barbara Rodriquez

Responding Constructively to Criticism in Assessment
By Jen Sweet and Shannon Milligan

Assessment as a Dialogue towards Transformation in Higher Education: Can We Use This for Change?
By Catherine Wehlburg

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