“Use of Results” and “Improvement” are ubiquitous in assessment language. Unfortunately - in practice - most institutions struggle to connect the results of assessment with student learning improvement. This workshop is designed to help institutions bridge this gap. This workshop is reflective of a nationwide effort to transition higher education from a culture of assessment to a culture of learning improvement. Specifically, participants attending this session will:
Megan Good is the Director of Academic Assessment at Auburn University. She has a doctorate in Assessment and Measurement completed at James Madison University (JMU). At JMU, she served as an assessment consultant in the Center for Assessment and Research Studies and also as an Assessment Coordinator for the Center for Faculty Innovation. Her dissertation focused on how programmatic learning improvement could be achieved by connecting assessment with faculty development work. Megan joined Auburn in 2015 as the inaugural Director of Academic Assessment. In this role, she supports general education assessment and the assessment work of 250 academic degree programs. To most effectively aid the academic degree programs on campus she created a “meta-assessment” system to help improve the quality of assessment work across campus.
ANNY Members: $25
Non-Members + ANNY Membership: $75
Registration includes lunch