Assessment Support Opportunities
Support and Professional Development Sessions
|March 24, 2017|| “Evaluating the Teaching and Learning Environment,” 2:00-2:35 pm, Carolina Club
Dr. Steve Buzinski, Psychology & Neuroscience and Dr. Bryant Hutson, Institutional Research & Assessment
Annual Faculty Showcase sponsored by the UNC Center for Faculty Excellence
Registration required: http://cfe.unc.edu/showcase2017/
Visit our resource table, StudentLearning@Carolina, for conversations about assessment of student learning outcomes, guides, sample rubrics, and more.
|April 7, 2017||“Strategies for Implementing Direct Measures of Student Learning for Program Assessment” Workshop, 3:00-4:00 pm, Room 302 Carr Bldg.|
|April 12, 2017||“Creating Rubrics for Evaluating Student Work Products for Use in Program Assessment” Workshop, 2:00-3:00 pm, Room 302 Carr Bldg.|
|September 11-22, 2017||Assessment Coordinators disseminate feedback; advise units on improvements needed to meet standards|
|September 18 through October 13, 2017||OIRA consultations with Assessment Coordinators and individual units requesting advice and support in revising plans and reports|
|October 16, 2017||Deans/vice chancellors submit any updates to assessment plans to Provost’s Office to be maintained in University’s centralized repository|
For more information on these sessions, please contact us at the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment.
Have a question about assessment? Need one-on-one assistance or support for your unit’s assessment planning efforts?
The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment staff are available throughout the year to consult with individual faculty and staff charged with responsibility for assessment in their programs and units. They can also give customized presentations or hold informal discussions with groups that need guidance or new ideas for assessing outcomes. Examples of topics might include:
- Redesigning an assessment plan to generate more useful information
- Determining appropriate sample sizes for surveys or for selecting student work to evaluate
- Creating rubrics to use as tools for evaluating written work or rating behavior, performance, or quality of other outputs
- Developing a data collection plan or figuring out how to make use of data originally collected for other purposes
- Designing direct methods of assessing student learning or organizational performance that can be done with a small staff
For more information, please email Dr. Bryant Hutson.