Agenda

Opening and Awards (9:00-9:30)
Featuring Andrea Greenhoot, Barbara Bichelmeyer, and Joshua Potter
We'll begin the SLS by honoring the excellent work of our award winning faculty and providing an overview of the event's agenda.

Remote Assessment and Technology (offered twice, 9:35-10:15 and 10:25-11:05)
Featuring Laura Kirk, Cambrey Nguyen, and Tracey LaPierre
During the pandemic, innovative assessment work has in many cases required the adoption of new technologies and repurposing old ones to new ends.

Authentic Assignment Design (offered twice, 9:35-10:15 and 10:25-11:05)
Featuring Kyle Velte, Kevin McCannon, Shuai Sun, Jordan Taylor, and Peter Bobkowski
Moving beyond closed-ended, timed exams, what sorts of alternative, deeper assignments might we use to assess students' skills and knowledge?

Learning Analytics, Assessment and Curriculum Health (offered once, 9:35-10:15)
Featuring Joshua Potter and Sean Gullickson
Informing program-level evaluation with course-level assessments often requires data from both student work and institutional sources.

Maintaining Assessment Momentum Over Time (offered once, 10:25-11:05)
Featuring Joshua Potter
How do we steer the assessment ship through dept-level leadership transitions, committee turnover, and new cohorts of colleagues?

Plenary Session (11:10-12:00)
Featuring Holly Storkel, Dea Greenhoot, Joshua Potter, and Doug Ward
Aside from a raffle and a few laughs, we'll spend time in facilitated discussions within our disciplinary areas about responding to our most pressing assessment needs, as well as leveraging course-level innovations for program-level improvement.

Assistance
Throughout the event, Judy Eddy will be in the main Zoom room and reachable via jeddy@ku.edu with any questions.
 


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February 25, 2022

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