Tuesday, June 5 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
How do you lead learning assessment in a decentralized university?

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Decentralized universities face unique challenges in developing student learning assessment policies, processes, and culture. While decentralized budgeting and business operations foster innovation and nimble decision-making, assessment leaders in decentralized universities often find it difficult to adapt and/or implement assessment models and strategies presented at workshops. How do you lead student learning assessment from central administration when "central might be viewed as the enemy? How do you get everyone on the same page regarding student learning assessment when the same page isn't the cultural norm? What happens when you don't hold the carrots or sticks and there is little consistency regarding who does? How do you manage schools or units that are in varying developmental stages of assessment? How do you handle data management when no one is using the same system? Join this panel of assessment leaders from a decentralized R1 university for an honest dialog exploring these challenges and discussing potential strategies for addressing them.


Janet Schreck

Associate Vice Provost for Education, Johns Hopkins University

Tuesday June 5, 2018 4:00pm - 5:00pm

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