Thursday April 7, 9:45 am – 10:45 am
Track(s): 
Track 1: Quality
Track 3: Sustainability
Track 5: Visibility
Moderator: 
Deborah Panter
Director, Office for Educational & Institutional Effectiveness and ALO
John. F. Kennedy University
Learning into the MQID: Three Institutional Perspectives - Assessment, Academics & Strategic Planning

Using the Lumina DQP and new Institutional Learning Outcomes, stakeholders from Assessment, Academics, and Strategic Planning will share challenges, practical tips, and lessons learned regarding their efforts in bringing the Meaning, Quality, and Integrity of the Degree (MQID) to their institution.

Tricia Lawrence
Director of Assessment
Ashford University
Presentation materials: 
Closing the Loop of Assessment: Integrating Program Development and Program Review

How do programs assess the Meaning, Quality, and Integrity of Degrees? Cyclical program reviews routinely result in action plans; however follow up on these plans often falls short. The Chicago School describes their process for linking program development activities with Academic Program Review that results in action plan follow through.

Michael Barr
Associate Provost for Academic Program Development, Review, and Online Synergy
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Lena Phelps
Accreditation Specialist
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Virginia Quiñonez
National Director, Educational Effectiveness
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology