Introduction to Course Evaluations: Administrators

Introduction to Course Evaluations: Administrators Kaley Klaus
  • Course Evaluations Series

Date: Feb 26, 2014 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

Skill Level: Beginner

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The Campus Labs Course Evaluation platform provides faculty and administrators with advanced evaluation tools and reporting capabilities to easily integrate course evaluation data into program planning, decision-making, and administrative review processes. This webinar will discuss online course evaluations from the administrative point of view, and will provide an overview of all features from initial configuration to post-survey administration and reporting.

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Skill Level: Beginner

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Are you struggling with writing an assessment plan? Do you have an assessment plan that it isn’t telling you what you want to know? If you answered yes to either of these questions, this is the webinar for you! During this webinar we will deconstruct the assessment planning process to ensure you are considering the important details in designing a quality assessment plan. Additionally, we will educate you on resources to help you with the assessment planning process.

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Skill Level: Advanced

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Co-curricular experiences are intended to be an extension of the academic learning experience—measuring and documenting that learning can be beneficial for students and program development. In fact, our members’ interest in creating “co-curriculums” has grown. This session will outline a framework to help you accomplish this at your institution, including practical advice from those who have done so using CollegiateLink.

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Skill Level: Advanced

Kate Griffin

Assessment processes are sometimes limited to posting learning outcomes, listing measures and providing numbers in a report. To know how effectively you are using assessment for improvement, you need to evaluate your campus-wide knowledge and practice. In this session, we will include examples of how to evaluate assessments by asking the right questions and taking action, and share ideas and resources from member campuses-including use of Compliance Assist & Baseline.

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Skill Level: Advanced

George Smiltins

This session is targeted to new users who have access to Self-Service Survey Builder and will be creating their own surveys in the system. During this live demonstration session, we will provide step-by-step instructions on how to create different question types, question options, and customized display and skip rules in the Baseline system. Note: Not all Baseline users have access to build their own surveys. Contact us if you are unsure if this webinar is right for you.

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Skill Level: Intermediate

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Skill Level: Beginner

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

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• 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: Beginner

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Skill Level: Intermediate

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This session is centered on demonstrating ways that CollegiateLink can assist Residence Life and Housing departments. Case studies and innovative practices will be shared from member campuses and our consulting team. This presentation is designed for primary administrative users along with their colleagues in Residence Life or Housing.

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