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Tuesday, June 5 • 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Leveraging Existing Survey Tools for Other Uses Beyond Traditional Surveys

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Assessment activities offer ways for faculty to think about student learning in the curriculum and how to support it most effectively in their own classes and department. Many assessment activities can increase shared faculty understanding of the curriculum. For example, curriculum mapping helps instructors understand how courses are situated in the curriculum, and the essential contributions that courses make toward student learning outcomes. As another example, scoring student work with a shared rubric can deepen a common understanding of program learning outcomes among faculty, and, over time, can help focus instruction and improve communication and feedback to students. However, faculty are oftentimes conducting assessment with limited resources, including faculty time and support for logistics, and additional effort and support is typically needed for interdisciplinary and multi-campus program assessment coordinated among departments and campuses. As a result, finding shared times to complete assessment activities can be a barrier to faculty engagement. This poster will present specific examples of how to leverage the Qualtrics survey tool for other uses beyond traditional surveys, to help streamline and improve data collection.

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Lindsey Brown

Assessment and Data Specialist, Washington State University
As an Assessment and Data Specialist in the Office of Assessment of Teaching and Learning, Lindsey Brown analyzes data from various sources and prepares customized reports and presentations for a range of audiences, including faculty and institutional leadership. She consults with... Read More →



Tuesday June 5, 2018 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Ballroom A&B

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