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Spring 2023 Assessment Workshops Open for Registration

These professional development opportunities provide participants with a strong foundation in assessment methods and best practices.

Students move around in Talley Student Union, with long shadows under them

By Madalene Adams

DASA Assessment is pleased to invite Division of Academic and Student Affairs faculty and staff to register for spring workshops in the Spring 2023 Assessment Workshop Series. These professional development opportunities provide participants with a strong foundation in assessment methods and best practices. Learn more and register for workshops below.

First Term Survey Results – Assessment Workshop Series

This session is for faculty and staff who wish to engage with the data from the Fall 2022 First Term Survey. This session will include results from the survey as well as time for discussion around how to use this data to improve the experience for our first term students. This workshop will be held on March 16. Register through Reporter.

Case Studies – Assessment Workshop Series

Diversify your assessment toolbox and explore how to utilize case studies for training and assessment! Case studies depict real life scenarios where problems need to be solved. DASA units may use case studies to assess how well staff apply skills and training to real-life scenarios. Faculty may use case studies in the classroom to assess student learning. Join this workshop to learn more about how to develop and use case studies for your assessment work. Hear directly from two of your DASA colleagues who design and lead case studies for their units: Meghan Luzader from University Housing and Brian Peters in Academic Advising Programs & Services. This workshop will be held on March 31. Register through Reporter.

Coworking/Bring your Data

This special session of co-working is for DASA units to work on their assessment reports in a collaborative and shared space! DASA Assessment staff will be present to review drafts, provide feedback and snacks! Writing up a summary of your assessment activities does not have to be an individual activity. Register through Reporter for this workshop on May 22 or June 20.

Rubrics Workshop

Expand your assessment skills in our rubrics workshop. Promoting student learning, providing effective feedback, and efficient data collection are just a few of the benefits of using rubrics in your assessment work. At its most basic, rubrics are a tool that outline the specific expectations of a project, assignment or process. This workshop is co-presented by your DASA colleagues who use rubrics to effectively assess their work: Courtney Thornton of the University Fellowships Office and Emily Clinkhammer in the Academic Support Program for Student Athletes. Learn how to develop and apply rubrics to your assessment efforts. More information for this workshop will be coming soon!

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