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Monday, June 4 • 9:00am - 12:00pm
Pre-Conference Workshop 6: Meta-Assessment: Building an Impactful Process for Your Campus

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Meta-assessment, or the process of evaluating the quality of program assessment, can be surprisingly beneficial (Fulcher & Good, 2013; Ory, 1993). In fact, it has recently been recognized by CHEA as an institutional best practice (James Madison University, 2015 Award). The approach allows an institution to 1) set clear expectations for assessment reporting, 2) monitor the pulse of assessment activities campus-wide, 3) identify areas for intervention, and 4) demonstrate—to internal and external audiences—improvement in assessment quality over time. However, building a meta-assessment process is challenging in that it involves many potential components and design decisions (Fulcher, Coleman, & Sundre, 2016). In this session, we will share perspectives on key decision factors from two “rival” institutions (Auburn and Alabama) that are three years into meta-assessment implementation. Workshop participants will be invited to create action plans for introducing meta-assessment on their campuses.

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Speakers
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Katie Boyd

Dr. Katie Boyd is the Associate Director of Academic Assessment at Auburn University and leads programming to support assessment activities of all academic degree programs at Auburn.  Her role is largely focused on improving the quality of programmatic assessment by implementing... Read More →
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Chris Coleman

Dr. Chris Coleman is the Associate Director of Institutional Effectiveness at the University of Alabama (UA) and the lead architect of UA’s meta-assessment process, which fosters high-quality assessment across both educational programs and support/administrative units. He completed... Read More →


Monday June 4, 2018 9:00am - 12:00pm
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