About the Webinar:
Too often we invest in the assessment of student learning and development with too little return on investment in relation to improvement. While improvement of learning and development has become a greater focus of the assessment process, the key stakeholders, students, do not have a true seat at the table. Without partnering with our students, it is more difficult and sometimes impossible to achieve the improvements we desire.
The purpose of this webinar is to introduce participants to the idea of partnering with students in the assessment process so as to collectively enhance assessment and improvement efforts.
Watch this webinar to learn:
- Reasons for including students in assessment efforts
- Effective strategies for involving students in IE and accreditation activities
- Strategies for recruiting students and faculty to this work
We hope to see you!
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About our Presenter
Nick Curtis, Ph.D.
Director of Assessment, Marquette University
Dr. Nick Curtis serves as the Director of Assessment at Marquette University. In this role, Dr. Curtis provides leadership and support to the Marquette community in the assessment of student learning and development outcomes for the purpose of large-scale student learning improvement efforts. Dr. Curtis also serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the peer-reviewed journal Research & Practice in Assessment.
Dr. Curtis earned his Ph.D. in Assessment and Measurement from James Madison University with a dissertation focused on student partnership in higher education learning outcomes assessment. His research areas include student partnership in higher education assessment, validity in higher education assessment, student learning improvement/innovation, measuring and developing cultural competence and responsiveness, measuring and developing student identity, and improving performance assessment methods.