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This month’s NILOA Newsletter features a new NILOA Occasional Paper, Pedagogical Choices Make Large Classes Feel Small, by Karen Singer-Freeman and Linda Bastone from Purchase College. In addition, we have a new Case Study, Alverno College: Lessons from an Assessment Pioneer, by NILOA’s Carrie Allen, a featured website from the University of Alaska Anchorage student affairs office, resources focused on General Education, and a DQP Update with information on the Connecting Credentials initiative. Finally, we introduce a new NILOA resource on Assessment Management Systems, along with relevant News Items, a Job Announcement for a NILOA Visiting Assistant Director, and information on Upcoming Conferences and Programs.
This month’s NILOA Newsletter features a Viewpoint, Working Together to Define and Measure Learning in the Disciplines, from Amanda Cook, Richard Arum, and Josipa Roksa, two new reports including the Degree Qualifications Profile Impact Study: Framing and Connecting Initiatives to Strengthen Student Learning and Using the Degree Qualifications Profile to Foster Meaningful Change, both by NILOA’s Natasha A. Jankowski and Laura Giffin, and a DQP Case Study on McKendree University by NILOA’s Emily Teitelbaum and Kathryn Schultz. In addition, we have a Featured Website from Columbus State Community College, a new NILOA resource on Badges, and a DQP Update focused on the release of Lumina's Emerging Learning System report. Finally, as is customary, we include relevant News items and information on Upcoming Conferences and Programs.
This month’s NILOA newsletter features a new NILOA Policy Statement, Higher Education Quality: Why Documenting Learning Matters, an Assessment in Practice, Social Network Analysis as Method to Assess Collaboration, by Christa van Staden, and a Featured Website from Boston University. In addition, we invite you to explore a new NILOA Tool Kit, Organizing Assignment-Design Work On Your Campus: A Tool Kit of Resources and Materials. Finally, relevant news items and information on Upcoming Conferences and Programs are provided.
This month’s NILOA Newsletter features a Viewpoint, The Simplicity of Cycles, from Mary Catharine Lennon, University of Toronto. It also includes an Assessment in Practice,Digitally Automated Assessment of Outcomes Classified Per Bloom’s Three Domains and Based on Frequency and Type of Assessments, from Wajid Hussain and Mohammad F. Addas of Islamic University in Madinah, a Featured Website from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, DQP resources, and relevant news and information on upcoming conferences and programs.
This month’s NILOA Newsletter features a Viewpoint, Helping Faculty Use Assessment Data to Provide More Equitable Learning Experiences, from Mary-Ann Winkelmes, University of Nevada-Las Vegas, an Assessment in Practice, Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes Based on Institutional Core Values, from Haifa Jamal Al-Lail and Houria Oudghiri of Effat University, information on the Excellence in Assessment (EIA) Designation, a Featured Website from Westmont College, DQP resources and announcement regarding our new Featured Assignments webpage, plus relevant news and information on upcoming conferences and programs.
This month’s NILOA Newsletter features information on the Excellence in Assessment (EIA) Designation program, an Assessment in Practice titled An Assessment Fellows Model from Joanna Campbell, Gail Fernandez, and Jill Rivera, a Featured Website from California State University-Fullerton, DQP Updates about new resources, and information on relevant news and upcoming conferences and programs.
This month’s NILOA Newsletter features a new NILOA Occasional Paper Aligning Educational Outcomes and Practices from Pat Hutchings, a Viewpoint Ignorance is Not Bliss: Implementation Fidelity and Learning Improvement by Sara J. Finney & Kristen L. Smith, a featured website from James Madison University, a DQP Update, and our customary list of relevant news and upcoming conferences and programs.
George L. Mehaffy