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Wednesday, June 6 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Promoting Faculty Engagement and Assessment Efforts: A Case Study

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Getting some faculty engaged and excited about assessment can be difficult. This session intends to share straightforward and practical strategies to boost meaningful faculty ownership of program assessment activities through faculty development. We posit that promoting sincere dialogue with, and addressing faculty needs and interests related directly to aspects of teaching and student learning, will result in a culture of continuous improvement. In this session, audience members will form groups of 3-5 people and discussion questions will be used to facilitate the dialogue among the audience and presenters. Questions will include topics such as the specific challenges of getting faculty engaged, the use of workshops (or other training opportunities), incentives for faculty, and more. The intended audience includes anyone who uses or is a part of assessment at a higher learning institution. The intended audience should be interested in participating in a lively discussion about faculty development and practical strategies for increasing faculty engagement. Not only will the presenters share strategies for promotion of faculty engagement in program assessment, but audience members will be asked to share their experiences as well.

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Kelva Hunger

Assistant Director, Assessment and Analysis, Oklahoma State University - Main Campus

Wednesday June 6, 2018 3:00pm - 4:00pm MDT