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We invite proposals that focus on the current and potential future impact of learning assessment on learning and change in higher education, and the implications for our current and future work.
Student Affairs Assessment Leaders (SAAL) is pleased to announce that registration for "Applying and Leading Assessment in Student Affairs," an online open course available at no charge through Colorado State University in collaboration with SAAL, is now open.
The 5th Annual Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) Symposium will be held Friday, February 9th, 2018 at Orange Coast College.
The 37th Annual Conference on The First-Year Experience provides an ongoing forum where higher education professionals can share experiences, concerns, and accomplishments related to supporting student learning, development, and success in the first college year.
The University of South Florida, in partnership with the Florida Consortium of Metropolitan Research Universities, will host the inaugural National Student Success Conference: Innovators and Innovations.
California State University Dominguez Hills and Taking Student Success to Scale invite colleagues to the first annual conference of HIPs in the States, a national community of practice meeting in southern California in February 2018.
Register now for a Feb. 22 webinar hosted by ACE’s Center for Education Attainment and Innovation (CEAI) examining how to put Credit for Prior Learning (CPL) policies into practice. The webinar will highlight tools, resources, and strategies that could help faculty and administrators develop effective CPL programs at their own institutions.
Joliet Junior College is excited to host the 22nd Annual Illinois Community College Assessment Fair on Friday, February 23, 2018.
We are delighted to invite you to submit a paper to the 40th Annual EAIR Forum, which is to be hosted by the Central European University Budapest, Hungary.
Why Attend? Micro-credentials, Open Badges and Extended Transcripts are important components in a strategy to formally recognize and digitally verify learners' knowledge, skills, and abilities.
If you work in higher education and are committed to student success and program improvement, this event is for you!
Request for Proposals 2018 State Publishing Strategies to Credential Engine’s Credential Registry Deadline: March 2, 2018
“Measuring Beyond-Disciplinary Learning Inside and Outside of the Classroom”
Call for Proposals
This conference is aimed at faculty, staff and students of all levels of experience, across a wide variety of departments. This is a reminder that we are accepting proposals until March 19, 2018 and are looking for presentations that represent diverse perspectives of student affairs.
The National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA) will provide an overview of the tools, resources, and process for conducting an assignment charrette with your faculty. Joined by two representatives who have conducted assignment design conversations on their campus, NILOA staff will guide you through a tutorial on how to facilitate an assignment charrette.
Developing Successful Assessment Plans to Effectively Measure Student Learning
LEAP Texas is pleased to invite well-developed proposals that focus upon how public institutions are leveraging the Texas Core Curriculum to improve undergraduate education; how private institutions are leveraging the principles of LEAP Texas to improve their undergraduate general education curricula; and how all institutions are creating robust and authentic...
The fifth annual Carnegie Foundation Summit on Improvement in Education is scheduled for April 3-5, 2018. This three-day event brings together a diverse and vibrant community of educators, researchers, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, and policymakers dedicated to accelerating improvement in education.
The 2018 Annual Conference, taking place April 6–10 in Chicago, will highlight Innovation and Transformation, addressing major changes in higher education brought on by new technologies, credentials, providers and public policy priorities.
The Higher Education Data Sharing Consortium (HEDS) invites proposals for its 2018 annual conference. The HEDS Annual Conference will be held June 17-20, 2018, in Spokane, Washington, at the DoubleTree by Hilton City Center.
Register now and join more than 16,000 AERA members and scholars from aligned fields and disciplines in New York City and select from over 2,500 sessions featuring high quality and timely education research. This year’s theme is "The Dreams, Possibilities, and Necessity of Public Education." The 2018 program theme calls us to confront the struggles for public education...
ANNY’s 6th Annual Assessment Conference will be held from April 18 -20, 2018 at the Embassy Suites by Hilton in Syracuse, New York. Over 150 participants from colleges and universities throughout New York State and beyond are expected to attend. We look forward to building another exceptional and thought-provoking program for 2018!
We invite you to submit a presentation proposal for the 2018 Summer Assessment Symposium (SAS) to be held on June 20, 2018. The Symposium is hosted by University of Houston, Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment Services. Please take a peek at our website to get a snap shot of the symposium http://www.uh.edu/dsaes/about/assessment_planning/uhsas/
If we always do what we've always done, we will get what we've always got. Adam Urbanski The spread of mandated assessments of student learning and success has led to the rapid growth of an industry around academic assessment. Scholarly research on what, how, when, and why to assess continues to emerge alongside questions about the ultimate goals of assessment...
If you work in higher education and are committed to student success and program improvement, this event is for you!
Make plans to join us 21-24 May 2018 at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel for the 12th annual Learning Impact Leadership Institute where the best thinking in education technology comes together to make progress towards enabling better digital learning experiences.
We are excited to announce that pre-conference professional development workshops will be offered at the 2018 AALHE Annual Conference! These pre-conference workshops will be held on Monday, June 4, 2018, in Salt Lake City, before the opening conference plenary.
The AALHE annual conference provides professional development for assessment practitioners in higher education and is one of the best resources for advanced assessment practitioners. AALHE is consistently heralded as the best opportunity for assessment networking. No matter their institution type – small, large, public, or private – attendees always leave the conference wi
Are you interested in learning how to improve your assessment skills and exploring cutting edge research on the student experience? Join us for the 8th annual Student Affairs Assessment and Research Conference (SAARC) on Friday, June 8th, 2018 at the Ohio Union. We are very excited to announce that this year's conference keynote speaker is Dr. Dafina-Lazarus Stewart.
The 2018 HEDS Annual Conference will be June 17-20 in Spokane, Washington at the DoubleTree by Hilton City Center.
The Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) invites proposals for presentations at its 38th Annual Conference. The conference will be held at Université de Sherbrooke and the Preconference Workshop will be held at Bishop’s University, Sherbrooke, Québec June 19-22, 2018
Our 2018 symposium will feature successful program assessment from a variety of college/university disciplines at all phases from across the state, region and country. This year’s symposium will feature presentations in traditional conference-style, panel discussions and poster sessions (untimed during lunch).
ACPA's Student Affairs Assessment Institute provides a guided, curricular experience where participants can develop essential assessment knowledge and skills for their professional toolkit.
The theme of this year’s conference is “Leveraging Education Research in a “Post-Truth” Era: Multimodal Narratives to Democratize Evidence.”
Developing assessment and feedback practice is arguably the most powerful way to improve the learning and success of your students; this conference will support you in developing research-informed practice within your higher education setting.
HEA Annual Conference 2018: Teaching in the spotlight: Learning from global communities
The theme of this year’s conference is “"Creating a 21st-Century General Education: Responding to Seismic Shifts.”
We encourage you to submit a proposal to SIG 64: Measurement and Assessment in Higher Education and/or Division H: Research, Evaluation, & Assessment in Schools.
Inside Higher Ed is bringing together an intimate gathering of leaders and influencers to discuss big issues facing higher education.
The conference theme, “Raising Our Voices: Reclaiming the Narrative on the Value of Higher Education,” will highlight innovative practices and programs that demonstrate why higher education is essential for students’ future employability and for democratic vitality.
Members from AALHE and Watermark will explore findings from their joint research study “The Assessment Profession in Higher Education: Addressing the Varied Professional Development Needs of Practitioners,” in greater depth.
This two-day workshop is focused on assessing genera education programs.
The focus of this year’s Collegium is “how to enhance your teaching using brain-based research on learning.”
We are delighted to invite you to the 40th Annual EAIR Forum, which is to be hosted by the Central European University Budapest, Hungary. The theme of the 2018 EAIR Budapest Forum is “COMPETITION, COOPERATION AND COMPLEMENTARITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION”.
This is the latest webinar in a series that highlights the work being done at colleges and universities around the country to address challenges and identify best practices for enhancing the teaching and learning experience and demonstrating the value of liberal education for work, life, and global citizenship.
The theme of this year’s Fall Institute is “Developing and Assessing Outcome-Based Curriculum.”
Drexel University will again be host to what will now be our Fifth Annual Conference on Assessment on September 12-14, 2018.
The theme of this year’s conference is "Intersectionality as Critical Inquiry, Method and Practice: Moving Beyond Nominal Categories and False Dichotomies in Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment."
The goal of this conference is to bring together higher education professionals across Texas and the surrounding states to share ideas and information about accreditation and assessment.
The workshop will help assessment leaders, institutional researchers, faculty, staff, and students create and implement student-led focus groups to address institutional assessment questions.
We invite you to join us for the 2018 Assessment Institute in Indianapolis to be held at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown October 21-23.
The honoree’s work should address important and substantial issues, and have had a significant or transformative effect on higher education and student affairs practice in a national or international context. Questions regarding the awards process can be directed to: Nathan Victoria, Senior Director, Recruitment, Engagement, and Volunteerism (REV)email@example.com.
The goal of the proposed workshop will be to examine how assessment, evaluation and accreditation have allowed innovation in STEM education to develop, persist and/or perish. Dr. Gianina Baker, NILOA Assistant Director, will deliver the opening keynote.
The New England Educational Assessment Network organizes this annual conference for presenters to discuss their research and assessment projects with colleagues from across the region.