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Assessment for Success ACRL

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Gavin Henning

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Transcript of Assessment for Success ACRL

Setting Your Direction
With Assessment
Assessment isn't an activity.
It's a state of mind.
How to Assess
New England Chapter
Gavin Henning
Associate Professor of Higher Education
New England College

President-Elect, Council for the Advancement of
Standards in Higher Education
ghenning@nec.edu
gavinhenning.com
Accountability
Continuous
Improvement
External
Internal
Enhanced student learning
Outcome achievement
Effective and efficient
resource use
Needs
Climate
Types of Assessment
Methods of Assessment
Share Findings
The
Assessment
System
Planning
Culture
accountability
continuous
improvement
Why Assess?
data-informed
secure

demonstrate
value
decisions
Do the best we can to
support student success
Describe why we assess?
Describe what assessment is?
Describe who should assess?
Describe when to assess?
Describe how to assess?
Outcomes
What is Assessment?
Who Should Assess?
Set expectations
Provide support
Build capacity
Shape the path
Everyone
When To Assess?
ongoing & continuously
Assessment isn't an activity.
It's a state of mind.
National Context
Stakeholders concerned about ROI of higher ed
Assessment is becoming commonplace AND expected in higher education
Virtually all college and university departments are expected to contribute to student learning and retention efforts
While there will likely be deregulation in higher education, there will an increased emphasis on performance and accountability
Implications
Must assess more often, more effectively, and more efficiently
Effect on student experience and student success must be priority
Impact must be demonstrated AND communicated to stakeholders
Adapted from Suskie. L. (2009). Assessing student learning: A common sense guide. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Identify
Outcomes
Create
Strategies to Achieve
Outcomes
Make Improvements
Gather and Interpret Evidence
Mission
and
Purpose
Satisfaction
Learning


Assessment
Surveys
Ideal Doable


Continuum

Multiple
Methods

OUTCOMES
bright ideas
Identify
Outcomes
Create
Strategies to Achieve
Outcomes
Make Improvements
Gather
and Interpret Evidence
Mission
and
Purpose
Identify
Outcomes
Create
Strategies to Achieve
Outcomes
Make
Improvements
Gather
and Interpret Evidence
Mission
and
Purpose
Learning
Outcomes
Attitudes
Skills
Knowledge
Habits
of
Mind
Identify
Outcomes
Create
Strategies to Achieve
Outcomes
Make
Improvements
Gather
and Interpret Evidence
Mission
and
Purpose
Identify
Outcomes
Create
Strategies to Achieve
Outcomes
Make Improvements
Gather
and Interpret Evidence
Mission
and
Purpose
Identify
Outcomes
Create
Strategies to Achieve
Outcomes
Make
Improvements
Gather
and Interpret Evidence
Mission
and
Purpose
Direct
Summative
Identify
Outcomes
Create
Strategies to Achieve
Outcomes
Make Improvements
Gather
and Interpret Evidence
Mission
and
Purpose
Types of
Outcomes
Operational
Learning
Program
Further Considerations

Association of College and Research Libraries
Formative
Indirect
Document Evidence
resources

Assessment = Learning
Assessment
Investment
=
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