Breaking Down Digital Badging & Credentialing
What exactly is a digital badge or credential? In this episode we speak with Chris Husser, Director of Product at Campus Labs, who breaks down the concept of digital credentials and how these elements directly engage learners to better understand their skill achievements and educational journey. We also discuss how campuses can use digital credentials to benefit their own programs...
Planning Intelligence: Invigorating Your Practice of Continuous Improvement
The spirit of continuous improvement challenges institutions to move beyond the mere collection of assessment data for reporting’s sake and toward use of results for the development of quality in programs and services. Despite the increasingly high-stakes pressure affixed to assessment processes that often comes via external accrediting bodies, colleges and universities still struggle to onboard key constituents in data...
Evolve Your Advising Efforts from Reactive to Proactive with these Six Metrics
Advisors serve on the front-lines of the institution and play a vital role in supporting student success. But without access to key information, their impact is diminished. In this webinar, we explore what six metrics (beyond basic demographics and academic grades!) that your institution can track to take your advising efforts to the next level for a greater impact on...
Degree of Difference: What Do Learning Outcomes Say About Higher Education?
As national conversations continue to focus on the value of a degree and the amount of money it costs to obtain one, this research set out to determine if there is a meaningful difference between learning at various institutions, focusing on learning outcome statements and the methods used to assess them—this research examined outcome statements from 73 institutions across the...
An Interview with Dr. Gavin Henning: An Expert's Perspective on Assessment Today
Dr. Gavin Henning sits down with Campus Labs Vice President of Campus Success, Annemieke Rice, to discuss a data geek’s perspective on assessment as an active movement, socially just assessment, and the value of a college degree.