Learn simple guidelines for developing programmatic and institutional assessment reports.
Institutional and programmatic assessment activities are often focused on the collection of data, but not always on reaching the right people using a format that is useful, engaging, and accessible. A weak report may cause a good project to get overlooked, have a negative impact on funding, or jeopardize accreditation.
Join Academic Impressions in this archived webcast to learn simple guidelines for developing programmatic and institutional assessment reports that are less cumbersome and will captivate your leaders and stakeholders.
We'll explore how to:
Institutional research and assessment professionals who are interested in exploring reporting options and issues will benefit from this archived webcast.
Develop an effective reporting plan for an assessment project while tailoring your message to different stakeholders.
Sherry oversees a number of university-wide surveys, works with academic and student affairs departments to develop assessment projects, and serves on various assessment and data committees. She is past president of the Indiana Association for Institutional Research. Sherry has published articles in the Journal of College Student Development, the NASPA Journal, the Journal of College Student Retention, College Student Journal, and Assessment Update.
Amanda currently oversees assessment efforts for the Office of Residence Life at Penn State and has worked for the past decade to educate student affairs practitioners on the importance of assessment. Amanda also has worked collaboratively with both academic affairs and student affairs departments at multiple institutions to develop university-wide assessment projects. She has served on various university-wide assessment and data committees, including institutional research committees, student satisfaction committees, retention and enrollment management task forces, and more. Amanda is currently in her second term on the directorate for the American College Personnel Association's Commission on Assessment and Evaluation. She has been an invited faculty member at the Summer Institute on First-Year Assessment and has presented at many local, regional, and national conferences, including ACPA's Assessment Institute. Amanda has published articles in the Journal of College and University Student Housing, NASPA's NetResults, ACPA's Developments, and Assessment Update.
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