Introduction to Course Evaluations: Administrators

Introduction to Course Evaluations: Administrators Kaley Klaus
  • Course Evaluations Series

Date: Feb 26, 2014 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

Skill Level: Beginner

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The Campus Labs Course Evaluation platform provides faculty and administrators with advanced evaluation tools and reporting capabilities to easily integrate course evaluation data into program planning, decision-making, and administrative review processes. This webinar will discuss online course evaluations from the administrative point of view, and will provide an overview of all features from initial configuration to post-survey administration and reporting.

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Skill Level: Intermediate

Jenna Ralicki

Do you struggle to engage your student staff or club leaders in assessing their programs? Acquire tools to effectively articulate the value of assessment to student leaders and demonstrate that conducting assessment can be fun and easy! Explore various “quick assessment” methods and discover the practical application of each. See how University of Alaska Anchorage student leaders have integrated assessment into their programming process and have used graffiti boards, mobile iPod surveys, and more to capture student learning and success.

Guest Presenter:

Whitney Brown is the Coordinator of Student Affairs Research, Assessment & Staff Development at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) where she provides leadership in fueling a culture of evidence-based decision-making within Student Affairs through assessment activities at the divisional level, empowers departmental level assessment through staff training in assessment methodologies and research design, and coordinates professional development programs for staff division-wide. Whitney also serves as the Chair of the 14 member Student Affairs Assessment Team (A-Team). Prior to joining UAA, Whitney served as a Graduate Assistant in the Office of the Vice President for Student Success at the University at Albany where she was instrumental in developing a student learning outcomes framework for the Student Learning Project, developing the Assessment Education Professional Development Program, and compiling the Division’s Annual Briefing Book. She has presented at numerous student affairs and assessment conferences, including seven NASPA Conferences, on the topics of qualitative data, direct assessment measures, assessment training, learning in the co-curricular, and student learning outcomes. Whitney received her Master in Public Administration from the University at Albany.

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Skill Level: Advanced

Melissa Wright

Adapted from a conference paper given at the SUNY Conference on Writing, this webinar will provide a brief overview of the concept of formative assessment as articulated in recent scholarship. This overview will help demonstrate how writing instruction lends itself to the incorporation of formative assessment and may also reveal the ways in which writing instructors already engage in a number of formative assessment practices. The co-presenters will also share tips and experiences using formative assessment in their own classrooms as instructors of college-level writing courses as well as offer options to Baseline users for engaging in formative assessment through the Student Response System.

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Skill Level: Advanced

Debra Hunter

Interested in how you can take your data analysis to the next level? After a brief review of levels of measurement and descriptive statistics, the focus of this session will be on the uses of inferential statistics that are often conducted with an advanced statistical software package (e.g., SPSS). Examples include t-tests, ANOVAs, and chi squares. We will review the purpose behind each of these types of analyses and provide easy-to-understand examples for which you may consider using these more advanced statistics.

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Skill Level: Intermediate

Jenna Ralicki

Caring for students’ mental health and well-being requires a clear assessment plan that includes being able to ask about and identify their current states of health, offering support and services they need, ensuring the right programs and services are in place and accessible to students who need the them, and determining service effectiveness and impact. This webinar will focus on student mental-health assessment data, trends, and opportunities.

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Skill Level: Intermediate

Jenna Ralicki

During this session we will provide step-by-step instructions on how to use the tools and functions available in the Baseline site to review your data. Even if you haven’t collected data yet, it is helpful to know how you will use the data when you are still in the assessment planning stages. Participants will learn how to create and customize graphs; apply filters to view subsets of data; create saved views of data; export data; and set up comparison reports of data across time, between groups or programs, or before and after an intervention.

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Skill Level: Intermediate

Katie Felton

Though the Student Strengths Inventory & Continuing Student Assessment are powerful instruments on their own, there is a lot more Beacon users can do to maximize their retention and student success efforts. In this webinar, we will discuss best practices for launching these instruments as well as adding custom institutional questions to capture important campus-specific data. We will also provide examples of questions across a variety of topics and populations, including financial aid, mental health, and first-year experience, all of which can be included as custom questions and Baseline triggers for ongoing assessment efforts. Though the webinar will not get into thorough technical detail, we will provide an overview of the purpose and concept of custom questions and triggers.

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Skill Level: Intermediate

Dan Norton

The involvement data that CollegiateLink collects can be used in many ways to help support office or divisional goals. This session focuses on the reporting features of CollegiateLink along with strategies and examples of using data from the system to answer interesting questions.

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Skill Level: Intermediate

Allison Laske

This session will focus on the key concepts and use of the form-building functionality of CollegiateLink which are core components in various processes. A discussion and demonstration of the organization registration functionality as well as the incorporation of additional fields will be considerable areas of focus. This session is geared toward administrative users who are integral in the incorporation of CollegiateLink into campus processes.

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Skill Level: Advanced

Jess Kitt

Have you wondered how many people are visiting your CollegiateLink site? Do you have access to Google Analytics and are wondering how to utilize it? This webinar will explain various ways to use Google Analytics to analyze your site.

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Skill Level: Intermediate

Katie Felton

Are you thinking about creating a campus-wide co-curricular track? Join us for a webinar with Brock University to hear about their process from conception to launch to future plans. Our guests will share their methods, advice, and lessons learned from developing this program.

Guest Presenters:

Amber Scholtens is the Student Leadership & Engagement Coordinator at Brock University.

Brad Clarke is the Director of Student Life & Community Experience at Brock University

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Skill Level: Advanced

Steve Szopinski

The Campus Labs Course Evaluation platform provides faculty and administrators with advanced evaluation tools and reporting capabilities to easily integrate course evaluation data into program planning, decision-making, and administrative review processes. This webinar will discuss the online and offline reporting tools that are available to campus administrators and faculty members.

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Skill Level: Advanced

Mary Odden

The reporting tool in the Compliance Assist Planning tool allows institutions to create custom and template reports to show planning and assessment content in a variety of formats. During this webinar, we will walk through how to create a new report, in which users can choose the types of information to show, the fields to isolate, date and field filtering, sorting order, permissions, and report format (Word, Excel or PDF). We will also review gap analysis reporting where a high-level view of what content has been entered for certain types of information or fields across a group of departments is displayed in an Excel spreadsheet.

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