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Engaging Faculty with Data to Enhance Student Success

Without faculty providing assessment data, institutional effectiveness and student learning are likely impossible to measure. Yet, some faculty are reluctant to meaningfully engage with assessment efforts for a variety of reasons—whether because they believe it isn’t possible to objectively measure student learning or because they believe that assessment is only done for regional accreditation. However, finding ways to actively engage faculty with outcomes assessment improves opportunities for students to succeed. Even for faculty who believe in assessment, we all could likely do a better job of helping them take ownership of the process and of their data. In this webinar, we address strategies for engaging faculty in the process—from designing ease of use and challenging assumptions to using data to improve their personal pedagogy and the success outcomes of their students.

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  • Photo of Will Miller, PhD

    Will Miller, PhD

    Assistant Vice President, Campus Adoption

    Campus Labs

    plus

Engaging Faculty with Data to Enhance Student Success

Overview

Without faculty providing assessment data, institutional effectiveness and student learning are likely impossible to measure. Yet, some faculty are reluctant to meaningfully engage with assessment efforts for a variety of reasons—whether because they believe it isn’t possible to objectively measure student learning or because they believe that assessment is only done for regional accreditation. However, finding ways to actively engage faculty with outcomes assessment improves opportunities for students to succeed. Even for faculty who believe in assessment, we all could likely do a better job of helping them take ownership of the process and of their data. In this webinar, we address strategies for engaging faculty in the process—from designing ease of use and challenging assumptions to using data to improve their personal pedagogy and the success outcomes of their students.

Presented By

  • Photo of Will Miller, PhD

    Will Miller, PhD

    Assistant Vice President, Campus Adoption

    Campus Labs

    plus

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