Using CANVAS for Automated Collection of Assessment Data and Disaggregated by Outcomes
(presented at the 2020 Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education conference)
Watch the Videos below:
Student Learning Assessment for Program Improvement
This session examines how department chairs can develop a culture of assessment at the program level. Discussions of encouraging faculty involvement, learning outcomes, student achievement data, and annual assessment reporting are included.
Strengthening Foundations for Assessment Initiatives through Professional Development
This session showcases several faculty and staff development initiatives that encourage a holistic, student-centered approach to learning across curricular and co-curricular realms. Strategies for synergistic, campus-wide initiatives will be presented, and how such initiatives contribute to the achievement of assessment goals will be shared. Participants will be asked to input their own ideas for professional development initiatives on assessment in an online repository viewable by anyone after the presentation.
The Academy for Student-Centered Learning Presentations
The Academy is designed for faculty and staff who are committed to continually improving student learning across the curricular and co-curricular realms. By bringing people together who share this common goal, the Academy will create collaborative opportunities for the entire K-State community to join forces to provide the highest quality learning experiences for students. Presentations contain information on holistic student-centered learning, student learning outcomes, measurement, and using assessment information for continual improvement.
Institute for Student Learning Assessment Presentations
The Institute for Student Learning Assessment is an annual conference held at Kansas State University featuring best practice posters, sessions, and workshops focused on the assessment of student learning. This opportunity for college and university educators from across Kansas and the region to share theory, research, and applied best practice provides valuable professional development and networking. Presentations contain information on a variety of assessment topics.