Special Session Tracks:
In addition to the general session tracks that follow, we will feature special track plenary sessions and workshops emphasizing assessment in:
- Community Engagement – Coordinator: Kristin Norris, IUPUI
- ePortfolios – Coordinators: Susan Kahn and Susan Scott, IUPUI
- Faculty Development – Coordinators: Megan Palmer and Krista Hoffmann-Longtin, IUPUI
- Global Learning – Coordinators: Gil Latz and Leslie Bozeman, IUPUI; Dawn Whitehead, Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U); and Darla Deardorff, Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA)
- Graduate/Graduate Professional Education (with a special emphasis on assessment in law schools) – Coordinators: Sherry Jimenez, Lincoln Memorial University-Debusk College of Osteopathic Medicinez; Sarah Zahl, Marian University; and Max Huffman, IUPUI
- High Impact Practices (First-Year Seminars and Experiences, Learning Communities, Service Learning, Capstones, Undergraduate Research, Internships, etc.) – Coordinators: Julie Hatcher, Amy Powell, and Jennifer Thorington-Springer, IUPUI
- NILOA - Coordinator: Natasha Jankowski, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA)
- STEM Education – Coordinator: Anthony Chase, IUPUI
- Student Affairs Programs and Services – Coordinator: Eric Weldy, IUPUI; and Katie Busby, The University of Mississippi
General Session Tracks:
In addition to the special sessions above, we will present sessions with national assessment leaders, a poster session, Rise-and-Shine 20-Minute sessions, and additional learning and networking opportunities emphasizing:
- Assessment in General Education
- Assessment in All Major Fields
- Assessment Methods
- Assessment in Community Colleges
- Assessment in Online Courses and Programs
- Competency-Based Education and Assessment
- Emerging Trends in Assessment
- Institution-Wide Data Collection/Use
- Leadership for Assessment
- Learning Improvement and Innovation
- Use of Technologies in Assessment
For more information contact the Planning Committee at:
- All proposals must be submitted online. In order to submit a proposal online you will be required to submit your contact information, the title of your presentation, an abstract of 100 words or less, your preferred format, primary track, co-presenter information, and a 1-2 page extended description that includes 1-5 learning outcomes for the presentation and how participants will be involved in achieving these outcomes.
- You can submit multiple proposals, but due to limited space not all proposals can be accepted.
- The coordinating/main presenter will receive a confirmation email confirming that the proposal was successfully submitted.
- Preference will be given in the selection process to those proposals that include information about assessment findings and their use to improve student learning and/or institutional processes or services.
- If your proposal is accepted for a presentation at the Institute, presenters and co-presenters are expected to pay registration fees and will need to register for the Institute via the Institute website.
Phone: (317) 274-4111