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TILTed Tech: Assessment (faculty and staff)
February 18 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Proper planning and effective data collection are two of the essential components in a successful assessment of student learning outcomes. Learn about how FHSU plans to achieve them using the tools available. Get an introduction to the new assessment management system that will help us collect assessment data and the curriculum design tool, CourseTune, for assessment planning. Find out what the award-winning departments do for the assessment of their program learning outcomes.
TILTed Tech is a series of mini-conferences for faculty and staff development that inspire teaching, scholarship and technology. The series is sponsored by Dr. Andrew Feldstein, Assistant Provost of Teaching Innovation and Learning Technologies (TILT), Deborah Ludwig, Dean of Forsyth Library, and Mark Griffin, Director of Technology Services, with meal tickets provided by the Office of the Provost.
Registration Link: http://bit.ly/TILTedRegister
Video Recordings: The sessions will be recorded. If you are unable to attend, please watch for a Tiger Daily announcement shortly after the event.
12:10 – 12:15 – Welcome – Dr. Jill Arensdorf
12:15 to 12:55 – Assessment in Action – Dr. Brooke Moore, Dr. Rick Edgeman, Dr. Robert Lloyd
Last year’s Closing the Loop Award and Advancing Assessment Award winners will share their case study of how assessment helped improve their department and gain recognition.
1:00 to 1:45 – Assessment Data Collection at FHSU – Dr. Sangki Min, Dr. Brad Will and Dr. Andrew Feldstein
Learn about the assessment data collection plan for program learning outcomes and general education outcomes. The session will introduce a new assessment management system that will replace Tk20 and explain how we will use the tools available to improve the assessment processes for all.
1:50 to 2:25 – Curriculum Mapping – Dr. Linda A and Dr. Tanya Smith
Learn about the curriculum design tool, Course Tune, and how it can help your department design, collaborate on, visualize, and manage the curriculum for improving student learning and assessment planning. See how the Nursing Program used Course Tune to help with the accreditation process.
2:30 to 3:00 – Discussion Tables – Various Table Leaders
Several attendees from the Assessment Institute (held in Indianapolis, IN, from October 13 through 15, 2019) want to share what they learned from the Institute in a table discussion format. The table topics are Faculty Buy-In, ePortfolio, Lean Assessment, Student Partnerships, and more.