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Iowa Academic Advising Network (IowaAAN) Webinar - Multiple Measures for your Student Learning Outcomes

Schedule: 
Thursday, October 18, 2018 - 12:00
To: 
Thursday, October 18, 2018 - 13:00

Free registration is available until October 5, 2018 at: https://uni.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_8EU1NYwUQl6MPpEbt9v1Og  

 

The IowaAAN is pleased to announce a free professional development opportunity as a follow-up to our 2018 IowaAAN Drive-In Conference and Assessment Institute. Multiple Measures for Your Student Learning Outcomes will feature Dr. Rich Robbins in a conversation to help us further our development and measurement of learning outcomes. We will cover the necessity for multiple measures, types of measurement, the development of these measures for student learning outcomes and the interpretation of the gathered outcome data.

 

Rich has served as Chair of the Kansas Academic Advising Network, Chair of the NACADA Research Committee, Chair of both the NACADA Summer Institute and Assessment Institute Advisory Boards, and as a member of numerous NACADA task forces and committees including the NACADA Council and NACADA Executive Board of Directors. He was a facilitator at the first two NACADA Administrators’ Institutes, and served as a faculty member at the 2005-2017 Assessment Institutes and the 2006-2017 NACADA Summer Institutes. In addition, he served as a faculty member at the first two NACADA Research Symposia in 2009 and 2010, and is one of two NACADA representatives on the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS).

 

Webinar Agenda

·         Welcome and Opening Remarks from the IowaAAN Executive Board

·         Keynote Address by Dr. Rich Robbins

o    The necessity for multiple outcome measure and types of measurement

o    The development of outcome measures for student learning outcomes

o    A description of the process of interpreting the outcome data

·         Question and Answer Session with Dr. Robbins

 

Registration Information

·         Free registration is available until October 5, 2018 at: https://uni.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_8EU1NYwUQl6MPpEbt9v1Og