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Elevate 2019, July 14-16

* Schedule is subject to change

Tuesday

July 16, 2019

8:00am - 5:00pm

Conference Hub Open

8:00 - 9:00am

Book Signing with Dr. Marilee Bresciani Ludvik

Meet Elevate keynote speaker Dr. Marilee Bresciani Ludvik in the Conference Hub and have her sign your copy of her latest book, The Neuroscience of Learning and Development: Enhancing Creativity, Compassion, Critical Thinking, and Peace in Higher Education. Pre-purchase your discounted copy.

9:00 - 9:30am

Product Updates

9:00 - 9:30am | Room TBD

Product Updates from the Chalk & Wire Team

Join us for exciting updates and a peek into what we’ve been up to in product development in our Chalk & Wire platform.

Presented By: Darcy Wither - Product Manager – Chalk & Wire, Campus Labs

9:00 - 9:30am | Room TBD

Product Updates from the CoursEval Team

Join us for exciting updates and a peek into what we’ve been up to in product development in our CoursEval platforms.

Presented By: Chris Probst - Product Manager - CoursEval, Campus Labs

9:00 - 9:30am | Room TBD

Product Updates from the Course Evaluations Team

Join us for exciting updates and a peek into what we’ve been up to in product development in our Course Evaluations platforms.

Presented By: Chris Husser - Director of Product Management, Campus Labs

9:00 - 9:30am | Room TBD

Product Updates from the Improvement & Accountability Team

Join us for exciting updates and a peek into what we’ve been up to in product development in our Baseline, Planning, Outcomes, Program Review, and Accreditation platforms.

Presented By: Emily-Rose Barry - Senior Product Manager - Improvement & Accountability, Campus Labs

9:00 - 9:30am | Room TBD

Product Updates from the Insight Team

Join us for exciting updates and a peek into what we’ve been up to in product development in our Insight platform.

Presented By: Dr. JD White - Vice President of Product Management, Campus Labs

9:40 - 10:30am

Concurrent Sessions

9:40 - 10:30am | Room TBD

100 Awesome Tips and Tricks for Building, Evolving, and Assessing in Chalk & Wire

Chalk & Wire’s robust and intricate platform offers its students, assessors, and administrators so many fresh possibilities. Unfortunately, we sometimes lack the opportunity to learn and explore the interface to leverage its full potential. Also, there are numerous workflows and hacks that will improve the overall assessment cycle. This workshop is designed to provide 100 tips, tools, and tricks to utilize in order to enhance the performance of Chalk & Wire for its multi-level users.

Presented By: Ryan Schaaf - Associate Professor of Educational Technology, Notre Dame of Maryland University

9:40 - 10:30am | Room TBD

Developing a Culture of Assessment and Data-Driven Decision-Making Using Course Evaluations

Faculty and administrators realized they could be increasing the use of results from IDEA course evaluations. At the 2017 HLC Strategy Forum, a team of eight faculty, staff, and administrators developed a four-pronged approach to improve the use of their data. The result: enhanced reporting, increased response rates, and better assessment of learning and faculty performance.

Presented By: Aidan Dunleavy - Director of Institutional Research and Accreditation, Friends University
Jasper Lesage - Vice President of Academic Affairs, Friends University

9:40 - 10:30am | Room TBD

Engaging Students in The Course Evaluations Process: Exploring Issues in Student Feedback Quality

The quality and utility of student feedback on course evaluations is a highly contested topic in higher education. Are students biased? How can they be coached to provide meaningful feedback for the instructor? This dialogues session is an opportunity for attendees to share strategies for improving the quality of student feedback, in turn increasing student and faculty engagement in the course evaluations process.

Facilitated By: Dr. Megan Segoshi - Campus Adoption Consultant – Course Evaluations, Campus Labs

9:40 - 10:30am | Room TBD

Meta Assessment

How do you assess the quality of assessment practices at your institution? Come share the methods and feedback loops that help you inspire systematic, widespread improvement of assessment outcomes and processes.

Presented By: Emily-Rose Barry - Senior Product Manager - Improvement & Accountability, Campus Labs
Brandon Faunce - Development Manager, Campus Labs
Matthew Wetter - User Interface Designer, Campus Labs
Michael Rohan - Senior User Interface Designer, Campus Labs

9:40 - 10:30am | Room TBD

Shared Knowledge - Creating a CoursEval Culture Shift

This presentation will cover what we have done at Sacred Heart University to develop the CoursEval culture, including revising questions to focus on student learning rather than satisfaction, shortening the survey, and piloting a mid-semester survey. A particular focus will be paid to communication strategies to faculty and students.

Presented By: Barbara Gerwien - Program Coordinator, Center for Excellence and Innovation in Teaching, Sacred Heart University

9:40 - 10:30am | Room TBD

Strategic Planning and IE: Creating a System that is Ongoing, Comprehensive, and Integrated

Strategic Planning can be an onerous and frustrating exercise that feels disconnected from the real expressions of a university’s life and operations, not least when questions of budgetary and departmental administrative outcomes alignment are concerned. In this session we will explore how Southeastern University worked to focus institutional strategic planning on student success including strategies that generated buy-in, visibility, and engagement from all university departments. We will also explore how the Planning platform was used to document progress and achievements.

Presented By: Justin Rose - Associate Director of Institutional Effectiveness, Southeastern University

9:40 - 10:30am | Room TBD

The Holistic Student Experience: Putting Data at the Fingertips of Advisors and Success Coaches

Successfully using data for informed decision making requires a deep understanding of the data environment on campus. In this session, Logan University will share how they are mapping key student learning and engagement data to student success interventions. We’ll explore how those connections can nurture a true sense of campus community, assist with prioritization on campus, and prepare for using leading and lagging indicators to measure future success.

Presented By: Laurinda Smith - Director of Strategic Performance, Logan University
Dr. Jennifer Schiller - Enterprise Consultant, Campus Labs

9:40 - 10:30am | Room TBD

Using Data to Show the Impact of the Co-Curricular Experience

Higher education has been challenged to illustrate its value to current and future students. Student Affairs must move to a place where we can demonstrate the impact of our co-curricular experiences with data-driven evidence. It’s time to move beyond anecdotes and satisfaction alone and begin to measure how our work impacts skill development, student retention, and continued success. Join this dialogue session to talk with your peers about your current practices and/or ideas around using data to show the impact of the co-curricular experience.

Facilitated By: Rohan Thakkar - Manager of Campus Adoption – Assessment, Campus Labs

9:40 - 10:30am | Room TBD

Workshop with Keynote Dr. Marilee Bresciani Ludvik (invite-only session)

Join Dr. Marilee Bresciani Ludvik to engage in practice sharing and discuss how to apply neuroscience knowledge to characterize and cultivate previously elusive learning dispositions, such as growth mindset, emotion regulation, effortful control, conscientiousness, and many more. As we grow the ability to cultivate these skill sets within our students, as well as pre- and post-test measures that can be disaggregated by identity groups to determine how well we have, we may have found a new way to re-design learning and development to optimize the success of all students. This session is by invitation only due to space constraints; if you are interested, please visit the Information Desk to inquire about open slots.

Presented By: Dr. Marilee Bresciani Ludvik - Professor of postsecondary educational leadership, San Diego State University

10:40 - 11:40am

Concurrent Sessions

10:40 - 11:40am | Room TBD

Achieving High Survey Response Rates

At Johns Hopkins University, response rates for large-scale, high-priority student surveys went from around 45% to over 60% and sometimes over 70% after stewardship of the surveys moved to Student Affairs and a multi-pronged approach was implemented. The new methodology helped ensure not only a higher participation rate but a more strategic collection strategy. Join us as we learn about the range of techniques used to obtain reliable survey data and how you can ensure that you’re collecting the right data.

Presented By: Dr. Teresa Wonnell - Director of Academic Services Assessment and Analysis, Johns Hopkins University
Rohan Thakkar - Manager of Campus Adoption – Assessment, Campus Labs

10:40 - 11:40am | Room TBD

Beyond Bubble Sheets: The Automation of CoursEval in 60 Seconds

In this session, Wartburg College will present their experience in quickly moving from bubble sheets to CoursEval and their methodology of in-class evaluations along with the expectation of high response rates. They will share the story of the uphill battles they fought, the students they sought to engage, and the eventual success they achieved with the help of CoursEval.

Presented By: Doug Koschmeder - Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, Wartburg College

10:40 - 11:40am | Room TBD

Digital Badging and Credentialing

Does your office or division issue digital badges/credentials for recognizing skills or competencies? Come share how you’ve integrated this practice into your student programs and services.

Presented By: Chris Husser - Director of Product Management, Campus Labs

10:40 - 11:40am | Room TBD

Gathering and Using Qualitative and Quantitative Data via Chalk & Wire for Student Learning and Program Improvement

In this session we will highlight two campuses that utilized Chalk & Wire to gather qualitative and quantitative data and specifically how the data was used to improve student learning and the education programs at large. First, Concordia University-Nebraska will share how they are using Chalk & Wire ePortfolios to assess program outcomes and meet accreditation requirements. The session will include how to obtain the data from Chalk & Wire along with how the data is being used by stakeholders for assessment, accreditation, and program improvement. Next, presenters from Mount Vernon Nazarene will share the journey they took to make portfolios practical and usable to their education candidates. They will focus on the use of Chalk & Wire’s Forms to provide both quantitative and qualitative evidence for CAEP accreditation. Attendees will receive electronic and hard-copy versions of a step-by-step process of using forms for surveys, ongoing feedback, and a means of providing candidates a forum for genuine reflection.

Presented By: Dr. Anna Boriack - Instructional Innovation Specialist, Concordia University—Nebraska
Dr. Joanne Garrison - Director of Master in Education in Special Education, Concordia University—Nebraska
Cindy Harvel - Accreditation and Reporting Coordinator, Mount Vernon Nazarene University

10:40 - 11:40am | Room TBD

Implementing Course Evaluations with IDEA and Lessons Learned: Two Campus Success Stories

In this session we will feature two campuses discussing their implementation of Course Evaluations with IDEA. Monmouth University will share how they evaluated their current campus environment, including how they worked with the faculty association and determined how the IDEA instrument could be useful to develop a balanced process. Point Loma Nazarene University will share how they have increased response rates over four years from 65 to now 77 percent.

Presented By: Lynn Reynolds - Registrar, Monmouth University
Dr. Nicolle Parsons-Pollard - Vice Provost for Academic and Faculty Affairs, Monmouth University
Kami Leone - Administrative Assistant, Point Loma Nazarene University

10:40 - 11:40am | Room TBD

Moving Towards a Model of Continuous Improvement

In this session, we will discuss the why of assessment and how our own experiences translate and transfer into the concept of continuous improvement. This presentation will offer a model of continuous improvement and assessment synergy known as Improve KSU at Kennesaw State University. It will include information on how to approach assessment so it is meaningful and informative to the work.

Presented By: Dr. Jen Wells - Director of Assessment and Assistant Professor of Higher Education, Kennesaw State University, Campus Labs 2018 Champion

10:40 - 11:40am | Room TBD

Project CEO: The Potential Value of Beyond-the-Classroom Experiences for Developing Career Competencies

With limited resources for on-the-job training, today’s employers often prefer college graduates who are “job ready” and can demonstrate competency-based skills that compliment knowledge in a specific academic area. To meet this expectation, as well as to justify the rising costs of higher education, colleges and universities are under increasing pressure to prove they can adequately prepare their students for viable careers. Project CEO (Co-Curricular Experience Outcomes) is a project whose findings helps us explore how institutions can better prepare their students to make the transition from campus to the career marketplace. Data from the project, as well as campus examples showcasing career readiness initiatives, will be shared in this session.

Presented By: Kate Griffin - AVP, Campus Success – Assessment, Campus Labs
Dr. Rihab Saadeddine - Director for Strategic Planning and Management, Rowan University
Brooke DePue - Career Information Specialist, West Texas A&M University

10:40 - 11:40am | Room TBD

Using Data to Inform Instruction and Faculty Development

This presentation outlines the efforts of a Business school that resulted in improved data use for instructional effectiveness and faculty development. Specifically, the presentation documents the College’s behavior in data use (i.e., IDEA Student Ratings of Instruction) and the outcomes this behavior has led to.

Presented By: Dr. Sedef Smith - Executive Director of Instruction and Faculty Development, University of Houston Downtown, 2018 Campus Labs All Star

10:40 - 11:40am | Room TBD

Using Data and Insights to Promote Student Success at Hispanic Serving Institutions

In this session, we will share how Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) Educator Preparation Program (98% Hispanic, 89.6% at-risk, >70% with 60+ community college credits) uses candidate data and ‘pro-active’ analytics to enhance persistence and success level among non-traditional students. The session will include examples of Continuing Student Assessment data and Insight Dashboards to demonstrate how data-informed innovations improved candidate persistence (100%) and enhanced certification test pass rates (98%) at TAMIU.

Presented By: Dr. James O’Meara - Dean College of Education, Texas A&M International University, 2018 Campus Labs Trailblazer
Dr. Matthew Jackson - Enterprise Consultant, Campus Labs

11:40am - 1:00pm

Luncheon featuring Special Guests and Conference Awards

1:00 - 1:50pm

Concurrent Sessions

1:00 - 1:50pm | Room TBD

Designing a Collaborative, Transparent Strategic Plan

During this presentation we will discuss the importance of strategic planning in higher education today and the methodology and approach utilized to develop Chesapeake College’s latest strategic plan. We will focus on how goals are determined, strategies to success, how constituents can effectively contribute to the organic nature of input from the campus community, and lessons learned. We will also examine the following questions: What factors should be considered when designing the strategic planning process? What are the key questions to tackle prior to beginning? How do we ensure that the voices of all parties are considered while maintaining final approval? How do we ensure campus stakeholders buy-in to the implementation of the strategic plan? How can we execute the design of a plan and implement a finalized strategic plan?

Presented By: Vinnie Maruggi - Director of Institutional Research, Planning and Effectiveness, Chesapeake College
Dr. Nicole Melander - Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, Campus Labs

1:00 - 1:50pm | Room TBD

Course Evaluations Hall of Fame: Lessons Learned about Faculty Engagement

This panel session of five Campus Labs Awards winners will share insights into key issues about faculty engagement in course evaluations: How can we gain buy-in from instructors? What’s the key to empowering faculty to make data-driven improvements to teaching and learning? Which faculty development techniques really work? Bring your burning questions for this all-star panel and join us for an exciting discussion.

Presented By: Annemieke Rice - Vice President of Campus Success, Campus Labs
Dr. Paulette Di Angi - Director of Institutional Effectiveness, MGH Institute of Health Professions, 2018 Campus Labs Trailblazer
Dr. Theresa Ennis - Director of University Assessment and Effectiveness, Tennessee Tech University, 2018 Campus Labs Champion & 2017 Campus Labs All Star
Dr. Dyan Jones - Associate Provost, Mercyhurst University, 2018 Campus Labs Trailblazer
Dr. Kristi Kneas - Dean for Academic Affairs & Faculty Development and Professor of Chemistry, Elizabethtown College, 2018 Campus Labs Rising Star
Dr. Sedef Smith - Executive Director of Instruction and Faculty Development, University of Houston Downtown, 2018 Campus Labs All Star

1:00 - 1:50pm | Room TBD

First-generation Student Success: Findings from a Landscape Analysis of Programs & Services at Four-year Institutions

Join NASPA’s senior director of the Center for First-generation Student Success for an introduction to the Center’s work and deep dive into findings from the recent national landscape analysis of first-generation student success programs at four-year institutions. The landscape report, using insights from university leaders and practitioners, association professionals, and student groups, considers priorities, current approaches and limitations, resources, and key collaborations for supporting first-generation students. This session will offer a detailed discussion of findings, examine recommendations for institutional improvement and systemic change in higher education and provide insight into the Center’s work and opportunities for involvement. The full report is available at firstgen.naspa.org.

Presented By: Dr. Sarah Whitley - Senior Director, Center for First-Generation Student Success, NASPA

1:00 - 1:50pm | Room TBD

From the Ground Up: An Institutional Approach to Revitalizing Learning Outcomes Assessment

The University of Cincinnati-Clermont has a long history of student learning outcomes assessment in academics but including co-curricular programs and moving the needle from compliance to using results for planning has been a struggle. With the HLC Assessment Academy project, assessment is being rebuilt from the ground up by engaging all stakeholders: faculty, staff, and students. This presentation provides strategies that are currently being used at the institution to revitalize assessment to improve teaching and learning.

Presented By: Susan Riley - Director of Institutional Effectiveness, University of Cincinnati-Clermont, 2018 Campus Labs All Star & 2017 Campus Labs Champion

1:00 - 1:50pm | Room TBD

Raising and Retaining Response Rates: An Inter-Campus Conversation

How important are response rates? How do you know what a “good” response rate looks like? And most of all, how do you get there? From large, public, flagship institutions to small, specialized professional schools, response rates remain a core concern for data integrity. This dialogue will give attendees the opportunity to share and discuss with one another about the strategies they have used to increase and retain response rates on campus.

Presented By: Aaron Odden - Campus Onboarding Consultant – Course Evaluations, Campus Labs

1:00 - 1:50pm | Room TBD

The Future of ePortfolio

How has the concept and/or practice of ePortfolio changed? How are you being asked to support these changes or what interests or practices would you like to see in the future?

Presented By: Darcy Wither - Product Manager – Chalk & Wire, Campus Labs

1:00 - 1:50pm | Room TBD

The Work of Evaluation of Teaching (for CoursEval members)

Are there areas of effort or labor related to evaluating faculty in the classroom that you wish were easier? Come share the business processes you use at your institution to help us think about where we could improve these workflows and help make improvement of teaching and learning a more streamlined experience. (This session is specific to users of the CoursEval product.)

Presented By: Chris Husser - Director of Product Management, Campus Labs
Chris Probst - Product Manager - CoursEval, Campus Labs
Jon Donaldson - Development Manage, Campus Labs

2:00 - 2:30pm

Quick Trainings

2:00 - 2:30pm | Room TBD

30-Minute Tour – MyCoursEval Student and Faculty Experience

This session will provide attendees with an inside look into the MyCoursEval portal experience for students, instructors, and faculty administrator users. Join us as we navigate through the different roles, views, and options, which will help you gain a full understanding of the CoursEval system.

Presented By: David Neiss - Director, Training and Development – CoursEval, Campus Labs

2:00 - 2:30pm | Room TBD

Baseline Rubrics

In this quick training session we will highlight the Baseline Rubrics tool. Participants will learn how to create a template from scratch or use an existing template from our template library which includes the AAC&U VALUE Rubrics and more. Additional features such as sharing templates, grading, weighting, aggregate reports, and Learning Management System integration options will also be reviewed.

Presented By: Rohan Thakkar - Manager of Campus Adoption – Assessment, Campus Labs

2:00 - 2:30pm | Room TBD

Becoming Survey Intelligent: Creating Meaningful Reports in CoursEval

This quick training session will showcase the CoursEval Survey Intelligence Report and how it is useful for creating longitudinal and snapshot reports of course evaluation data. We will walk through the steps to create, save, and share a report design. We will also discuss best practices and practical user examples.

Presented By: Michele Borucki - Senior Director, Training and Development – CoursEval, Campus Labs

2:00 - 2:30pm | Room TBD

Best Practices for Gathering Qualitative Data Using Chalk & Wire’s Forms Feature

Do you ask your students to reflect on their learning? Would you like to disaggregate assessment data based on common or uncommon demographics? Are there applications students complete as part of their program? Attend this session to learn best practices for using the Forms feature in Chalk & Wire to either gather qualitative data or simplify current processes.

Presented By: Michelle Morrissey - Director, Campus Success - Chalk & Wire, Campus Labs

2:00 - 2:30pm | Room TBD

Follow the Recipe: Student Engagement Visualizations in Insight

During this quick training session, we will provide you with a recipe card for building key metrics about student engagement in the classroom and beyond in Insight. We’ll teach you how to build impactful visualizations and also explain why we chose the metrics we did. You’ll be able to take the Student Learning Recipe Card home with you to continue your work back on campus.

Presented By: Campus Labs Staff

2:00 - 2:30pm | Room TBD

Guide & Recognize 21st Century Skill Development with Campus Labs Skills & Achievement

Come learn about the newest addition to the Campus Labs product suite—a brand new tool focused on student competencies, showcasing achievement, and more! You’ll get a sneak-peek at the platform and its capabilities, as well as have an opportunity for direct Q&A and discussion of its potential with both Campus Labs product development leadership and your colleagues from other Member Campuses.

Presented By: Chris Husser - Director of Product Management, Campus Labs

2:00 - 2:30pm | Room TBD

New Custom Report Builder

In this quick training, attendees will learn more about the newest feature in Course Evaluations: the Custom Report Builder. This new reporting tool allows site administrators to create custom reports by organizational unit, course, section, or instructor, as well as drill down to more granular reporting on specific survey questions. This preview will demonstrate case scenarios in which the Custom Report Builder may be useful for your campus!

Presented By: Dr. Megan Segoshi - Campus Adoption Consultant – Course Evaluations, Campus Labs

2:00 - 2:30pm | Room TBD

Planning Integration: Campus Labs Data Sources

In this quick training we will review the integration possibilities of the Planning module with Baseline, Outcomes, and Chalk & Wire. We will walk through the steps of enabling Campus Labs data sources within Planning templates and what the user experience looks like once these features are enabled.

Presented By: Hope Supernic - Manager, Campus Onboarding - Assessment, Campus Labs

2:00 - 2:30pm | Room TBD

Stress Test Your Evaluation Process

In this session we will explore and apply ways IDEA leverages forty years of experience to help schools improve the most troubling areas of an evaluation process.

Presented By: Dr. Jake Glover - Senior Education Officer and Director of Client Resources, IDEA

2:00 - 2:30pm | Room TBD

The Evolution of Assessment: Introducing Collective Review

Chalk & Wire’s newest offering solves your large-scale direct assessment challenges through streamlined work sample collection, random sampling and juried assessment options. Join us to see how Collective Review supports continuous improvement as you learn more than ever before about student learning at your institution.

Presented By: Darcy Wither - Product Manager – Chalk & Wire, Campus Labs

2:30 - 3:00pm

Snack Break

3:00 - 4:00pm

Concurrent Sessions

3:00 - 4:00pm | Room TBD

Involving Students in the Assessment Process

Does your campus engage student voices in assessment? How can we benefit from more intentionally involving students in understanding the assessment process? How do we “close the loop” and share improvements with our students? Join this conversation to share your experiences and learn from colleagues on ways to embrace student voices in your assessment strategy.

Presented By: Kate Griffin - AVP, Campus Success – Assessment, Campus Labs

3:00 - 4:00pm | Room TBD

Increasing Course Evaluations Adoption in Unique Institutional Environments: Two Campus Success Stories

Attendees of this session will hear from two campuses on how they successfully drove a culture of assessment and improved their course evaluations outcomes in unique campus environments. Daemen College will discuss the tactics used to create a culture of assessment at its newly approved branch campus in Brooklyn, NY. In less than one year, they brought their response rates from 20 to 60 percent! Next, Southern New Hampshire University will also share their success story in scaling Course Evaluations among their large student population and across their different course types: traditional; online; competency-based; and overseas. They will discuss strategies for success in scaling and response rates since their transition from paper to online evaluations in 2009.

Presented By: Annie Mandart - Academic Services Coordinator, Daemen College
Aaron Flint - IT Director of Instructional Support Services, Southern New Hampshire University

3:00 - 4:00pm | Room TBD

Leveraging Chalk & Wire to Assess and Improve Two Educator Prep Programs

In this session we will feature two educator prep programs’ approaches to analyzing and restructuring their assessment processes and the role that Chalk & Wire played in each process. First, the Educator Prep Program (EPP) at Oklahoma Wesleyan University will share how they embarked on a curriculum audit. The process included a thorough comparison of the InTASC Standards to current pedagogical practices. This process led to a discussion about efficiency, efficacy, and mission alignment. The EPP create new syllabi, rubrics, and assessment practices. Next, the College of Education at Oral Roberts University will share their approach when faced with a perfect storm of new standards, upcoming accreditation, and an institutional change in data collection platforms. Multiple committees, working groups, and short-term teams were developed to create a comprehensive change that included students, faculty, staff, and external personnel. Graduate Education faculty, Undergraduate Education faculty, Chair of Undergraduate Education, led a college level team that redeveloped a quality assurance system.

Presented By: Keri Bostwick - Director of M.Ed.; Director of Secondary Clinical Experiences; E-Portfolio Director, Oklahoma Wesleyan University
Dr. Chancey Bosch - Chair of Undergraduate Education, Oral Roberts University

3:00 - 4:00pm | Room TBD

The Work of Evaluation of Teaching (for IDEA members)

Are there areas of effort or labor related to evaluating faculty in the classroom that you wish were easier? Come share the business processes you use at your institution to help us think about where we could improve these workflows and help make improvement of teaching and learning a more streamlined experience. (This session is specific to users of the Campus Labs + IDEA Course Evaluations product.)

Presented By: Chris Husser - Director of Product Management, Campus Labs
Jon Donaldson - Development Manager, Campus Labs

3:00 - 4:00pm | Room TBD

Socially Just Assessment: Moving Higher Education Forward Toward Equity Through Assessment

Assessment can often be viewed and conducted as an objective, data-driven process for accountability and improvement, without a lot of examination of the philosophical underpinnings of the assessment methods or the cultural context in which assessment is being conducted. Socially just assessment (SJA) examines and integrates the intersection of assessment and equity, diversity and inclusion in order to advance and facilitate culturally responsive and socially just assessment in higher education. In this session we will highlight the recent work of a collaborative of higher education partners (Campus Labs, CAS, NILOA, NASPA, ACPA, CACUSS, and AAC&U) that are dialoguing about SJA. The session will highlight recent landscape survey results, share a continuum for socially just assessment, discuss individual and organizational readiness to engage in SJA, and share practical examples and resources for further study.

Presented By: Dr. Anne Lundquist - AVP, Campus Adoption, Campus Labs

3:00 - 4:00pm | Room TBD

The Use of Assessment to Improve Instruction Quality: The IQ Model

In formalizing the relationship between assessment scores and instruction improvement, the IQ Model informs quality (course and instructor) improvement processes for practical application. By doing so, stakeholders’ roles and responsibilities can be clearly defined. The outcome of this process model is the ability to inform the development and implementation of practices to achieve instruction quality.

Presented By: Dr. Eric Koch - Academic Dean, APGS, Ottawa University
Andrea Cook - Administrator for APGS Academics, Ottawa University

3:00 - 4:00pm | Room TBD

Thinking about Teaching and Learning in an Era of Compliance and Accountability: Adult Learning, Student Learning Outcomes, Curriculum Mapping, and Why They Matter

Leading conversations about student learning can be challenging when faculty feel trapped between a world of research and compliance. In this session we will highlight Augusta University, a mid-sized research institution, and how the conversations around authentic learning have invited a cultural shift in their academic environment.

Presented By: Dr. Zach Kelehear - Vice President for Instruction and Innovation, Augusta University

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