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Introduction to Rubric Norming

January 24, 2017

During this webinar, the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences shared a step-by-step process for calibrating rubrics and approaching inter-rater reliability. Strategies and tips were provided to facilitate workshops effectively, keep things fun, and build interdepartmental partnerships. 

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Making Meaning from Chaos: Moving Toward Intentional Learning through Curricular Alignment

February 7, 2017

During this webinar, the presenter explores the use of curriculum mapping as a means to increase coherence and intentionality for learners. Pulling from lessons learned in the field and the work of the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA), participants will be presented with various approaches to help make sense of the different pieces that come together to enhance student learning across learning experiences. Together we will explore the relationship between general education and the major, the curriculum and the co-curriculum, and the field of employment and our course learning outcomes. Institutional examples will be shared on various ways to consider mapping our learning to enhance alignment.

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Faculty Involvement: Still the Key to Successful Assessment of Student Learning

March 14, 2017

During this webinar, Dr. Barbara Wright, Independent Consultant and former V.P. of WASC, focused on the importance of It’s faculty involvement if assessment efforts are going to have any traction and lead to real improvement in student learning. In this webinar, we’ll consider how to design assessment to make optimal use of instructors’ time, energy, and talents.

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Key Dimensions of Assessment in Higher Education

April 11, 2017

During this webinar, Dr. Lance Tomei discussed the various aspects of assessing student learning in higher education including assessment of classroom, program, and institutional-level learning outcomes as well as assessment in support of continuous quality improvement. Similarities and differences among these different categories of assessment were presented along with implications for faculty, for programs, and for the institution.

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