Beyond Culturally Responsive Assessment: Socially Just Assessment
A continuation of our introductory conversation, Beyond Bias: Culturally Responsive and Critical Assessment for Social Justice, this webinar explains the term “socially just assessment.” Presenters discussed the theoretical underpinnings through an exploration of terminology. They also reviewed some practical applications throughout the assessment cycle—from selecting topics for assessment to data collection and analysis to the use and sharing of results....
Fresh Insights on First-Gens
Every year, first-generation students take a leap into the world of higher education, and they represent anywhere from 22 to 77% of a campus population. In this webinar, we present new national data around first-gen student attitudes and engagement patterns.
Your Guide to Progress: The Value of Benchmarking
Benchmarking is a systematic process for evaluating programs, activities, services, and facilities with the goal of improvement. Evaluating your current state in relation to best practice examples produces results that can serve as a foundation to guide progress. Benchmarking is often used to justify programs and services, improve quality, guide strategic planning, demonstrate impact on student learning and development, and...
The Top 7 Most Effective Strategies to Improve Response Rates
One of the biggest challenges our Member Campuses face during the course evaluation process is attaining and maintaining strong response rates. Securing high rates is critical given the weight these rates often carry in promotion, tenure and hiring processes, assessment, and curriculum development.