By: Mary Bohlen On May 22-24, 2018 the Office of Assessment held the Human Cultures/Information Literac y Assessment Workshop. Over 35 faculty, staff, and students gathered in the Union Club at Plaster Student Union to assess student learning in the areas of Human Cultures and Information Literacy. Reviewers, who received a stipend of $500 to participate … [Read more...] about Gen Ed Assessment in the Digital Age
With so many awesome projects going on across our beautiful campus, it's hard to know about them all. Let me tell you about one--assessment grants. We know that your ultimate goal is to help your students succeed—ours is too. From comparing student learning in face-to-face and online programs to incentivizing faculty for the extra work involved in assessment, we can … [Read more...] about Have You Heard? Assessment Grants are Available
We have a lot going on here in the Office of Assessment, so I thought I'd take a moment to share some of what we're up to. If you see anything that piques your interest, reach out! We collaborate with faculty and staff all across campus. Annual Assessment Workshop From May 22-24, we are hosting our annual assessment workshop—a direct assessment of student work. In the past, … [Read more...] about What’s Going On In Assessment?
Congratulations to this semester's current Assessment Grant award winners. We look forward to seeing your projects come to fruition. Abdullah Jamos: CSD Undergraduate Program Assessment Plan Focus Group Dr. Jamos is an Assistant Professor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department in the College of Health and Human Services. His grant proposal, CSD … [Read more...] about Congratulations!
From time to time, you may have a quick question about assessment. You might want to drop in and get a feel for who we are and how we can help you. You might need help determining whether or not you need a one-on-one consultation with a member of our team. Good news—we have a new event series that allows you to do all of these things and more! Meet with Keri Franklin, Mark … [Read more...] about Coffee and Conversation in PSU 131