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NASPA DriveIn Systematizing and Integrating A Culture of Evidence

This is a presentation for the 2013 NASPA Region I Assessment Drive-In Conference.
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Gavin Henning

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Transcript of NASPA DriveIn Systematizing and Integrating A Culture of Evidence

Systematizing and Integrating
A Culture of Evidence
Gavin Henning
Associate Professor of Higher Education
Director of the Master of Higher Education Administration and Doctorate of Education Programs
New England College
ghenning@nec.edu
@gavinhenning
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NASPA Region I
Assessment Drive-In Conference
March 28, 2013
Here
Where your department, division, institution is now
There
Engaged, systematic, supported culture of assessment
Foundation
Implementation
Support
3 Domains
Foundation
Implementation
Support
mission centered
grounded
outcome
culture specific
literature
based
accountability
&
continuous
improvement
embedded
collaborative
transparent
ongoing
never
ending
unyielding leadership
vocal
champion
infrastructure
robust
resources
capacity building
directed
5 components
Assessment can't be just an activity.
It has to be a state of mind & being.

Accountability
Continuous
Improvement
External
Internal
Enhanced student learning
Outcome achievement
Effective and efficient
resource allocation
Needs
Climate
Types of Assessment
Methods of Assessment
Reporting
The
Assessment
System

Planning
Culture
Systematizing Assessment
Integrating Assessment
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