About the Webinar:

Not many people in higher education enjoy the process of submitting annual assessment reports (or any other kind of report, for that matter), but this reporting structure can be used as an opportunity for real dialogue about what a program is accomplishing. These conversations can lead to new action plans that will enhance student learning (something most people in higher education enjoy).

Submit the form on the right to view the webinar recording with guest presenter Dr. Catherine Wehlburg, where she'll cover: 

  • Tips for creating processes that provide opportunities for real dialogue
  • Examples of using assessment reports to inform decisions and changes
  • How to turn reports from an item to check off to an impactful process
  • Suggestions for integrating the process of reporting to eliminate redundancy and foster collaboration 

 

About our Guest Presenter:

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Dr. Catherine M. Wehlburg

Dr. Catherine M. Wehlburg is the Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness at Texas Christian University.

She has taught psychology and educational psychology courses for more than a decade, serving as department chair for some of that time and then branched into faculty development and assessment.

Dr. Wehlburg has worked with both the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association and the Commission on Colleges with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools as an outside evaluator. In addition, she has served as editor of To Improve the Academy and is currently the Editor-in-Chief for the New Directions in Teaching and Learning series.

Dr. Wehlburg regularly presents workshops on assessment, academic transformation, and the teaching/learning process. Her books include Promoting Integrated and Transformative Assessment: A Deeper Focus on Student Learning and Meaningful Course Revision: Enhancing Academic Engagement Using Student Learning Data. She earned her Ph.D. in educational psychology from the University of Florida.