Turning Assessment Into Knowledge

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Centralize
Assessment

Provide a centralized, accessible location for campus-wide assessment activities and data.

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Collect and
Report

Data collection and reporting tools that provide direct measures of student learning.

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Assess
Learning

Utilize rubrics to assess student learning in courses or after learning experiences.

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Dashboards

Create dashboards that show progress over time and document key performance indicators.

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Implement a cohesive assessment strategy

Campus Labs Baseline provides the technology, resources, and expert consultation required to create an integrated, coordinated, and comprehensive assessment approach across the campus. Accessible to all stakeholders, Baseline was designed to connect and translate assessment data for the purposes of improving the student experience both inside and outside the classroom.

Assess

  • Create measurements and assessment questions
  • Select appropriate method
  • Collect data

Report

  • Analyze Data
  • Summarize assessment findings

Act

  • Use results to inform decision-making and planning

Campus Labs Baseline allows campuses to measure learning, document student involvement, and inform strategic directions. Through sophisticated assessment and reporting tools, divisions and departments can collect direct and indirect measures of learning, benchmark with peers, and use assessment results to improve programs and services.

Baseline member campuses have a dedicated Campus Labs assessment consultant to provide support and share assessment best practices.

Centralize Assessment

Provide a centralized, accessible location for campus-wide assessment activities and data.

Collect and Report

Data collection and reporting tools that provide direct measures of student learning.

Assess Learning

Utilize rubrics to assess student learning in courses or after learning experiences.

Create Dashboards

Create dashboards that show progress over time and document key performance indicators.

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Baseline Named Reader’s Choice Top Product in University Business Magazine

Campus Labs® Baseline has been recognized in University Business Magazine as a reader’s choice top product. Nominations from campuses utilizing Campus Labs Baseline highlighted the platform’s ease of use and detailed analytics that allow administrators to make truly data-driven decisions on campus.

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Skill Level: Intermediate

Jess Kitt

AAC&U define high impact practices as “techniques and designs for teaching and learning that have proven to be beneficial for student engagement and success.” In this webinar, we will review examples as well as techniques for using Baseline & CollegiateLink to support implementation and assessment.

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Skill Level: Beginner

Emily-Rose Barry

This webinar will address both the process and content for designing and implementing survey methodology. We will discuss timeline, questionnaire construction, response formats, obtaining useable survey responses, and data collection strategies. The session is a good refresher for folks who already use survey methodology and a good introduction for those who want to get started, but don’t know where or how to begin.

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Skill Level: Beginner

George Smiltins

This is the perfect webinar for new Baseline users! Our introductory webinar will cover the basics of Baseline including the features and support available to you and your institution through our site. This introductory webinar will cover and help you understand how to:

• Develop and conduct an assessment project

• Engage in professional development information and opportunities

• Locate community resources and national benchmarking studies

• Collect data online and with mobile devices

• Locate your assessment results

• Create key performance indicators

• Use the consultation available to you

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Skill Level: Intermediate

Kate Griffin

Assessing students’ satisfaction with student affairs programs is no longer sufficient as we are expected to assess student learning wherever it occurs. Targeting those who struggle with the transition to assessing learning, we describe strategies for assessing learning and share the Office of Disability Services’ journey from no assessment, to assessing satisfaction with a survey, to assessing student learning with rubrics that are linked to Division-wide learning outcomes. We will discuss the benefits of rubrics and will share them with participants.

Guest Presenter:

Jeremy Penn, Ph.D., is the Director of Student Affairs Assessment at North Dakota State University. Prior to coming to NDSU, he was the Director of Assessment and Testing at Oklahoma State University for four years and was an assessment coordinator for two years at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He earned a Ph.D. in Qualitative, Quantitative, and Psychometric Methods in 2008, a M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction in 2002, and a B.S. in Secondary Math Education in 2000 all from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He has presented at numerous national and regional conferences and published on assessment in higher education. He is a board member for the Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education and is a member of the Peer Reviewer Corps of the Higher Learning Commission.

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Upcoming Events View all »

  • September 07, 2014
    SACCR - Southeastern Association for Community College Research
    Huntsville, AL
  • September 29, 2014
    EDUCAUSE - 2014 Annual Conference
    Orlando, FL

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