Friday April 8, 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Track(s): 
Track 1: Quality
Track 3: Sustainability
Moderator: 
Rebecca Hong
Director of University Assessment/Associate Professor
Biola University
The Assessment of Institution-Wide Learning Outcomes with Common Rubrics for Small Campuses

Developing a culture of evidence is needed for a comprehensive assessment strategy that functions across the institution. Hear about how one campus is assessing their student learning outcomes on a four-year assessment cycle by incorporating data collection, analysis, using a common rubric, and follow-through.

Graham Benton
Associate Vice President, Academic Affairs
CSU Maritime Academy
Shannon LaCount
Director of Campus Success
Campus Labs
Sustainable Assessment Practices: A Driving Force for Program Evolution

After learning outcomes assessment is in its mature stage on campus, the issue becomes sustaining assessment practices. I will describe strategies and techniques to create sustainable assessment practices that are responsive to faculty, students, and society and that evolve the program as needed.

Monica Stitt-Bergh
Associate Specialist
University of Hawai'i at Manoa
Creating a Streamlined Assessment Process

Creating a streamlined assessment process at an institution while thinking about the bigger picture can seem like a daunting task. Learn how CSU, Dominguez Hills successfully coordinated their efforts to create and track their assessment plan to encompass their Program Outcomes, Learning Outcomes and High Impact Practices.

Mark Carrier
Director of Assessment
California State University Dominguez Hills
Shanon LaCount
Director of Campus Success
Campus Labs
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