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Tuesday, June 5 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Prioritizing Data from National Standardized Instruments

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A common problem when using national standardized instruments (e.g., NSSE, SSI, CIRP, CLA+) is the overwhelming amount of data one receives. How does an institution make sense of all the data and how can an institution turn these results into actionable items? In this session we will examine actual data from these types of instruments and go through the process of understanding and prioritizing the results into actionable items for an institution. We will also discuss strategies for this process based on institutional mission, outcomes, and brand. This session is intended for Assessment Directors and Assessment Committee members, but would also be valuable for administrators and faculty.

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Joel Frederickson

Bethel University, Bethel University
Professor of Psychology and Associate Dean of Assessment & Accreditation at Bethel University. Peer reviewer for the Higher Learning Commission. I have sat on past CIC panels regarding the use of the Collegiate Learning Assessment.


Tuesday June 5, 2018 10:30am - 11:30am
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