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Student Affairs Assessment Academy

The Student Affairs Assessment Academy is a team-based, project-focused staff development series. The first cohort of participants began in January of 2014 and will be concluding their projects in April of 2015. A list of the current projects is available here.

The materials below may be used for staff development events on other campuses with proper citation. All other rights reserved.

Presentations

1. Introduction to the Student Affairs Assessment Academy

2. Team Building Activity

3. Module 1: Asking a Question and Being Clear About Your Purpose

4. Module 2: Designing an Assessment Study

5. "Big Event" Closing and Next Steps

6. Module 3: Validity and Reliability: Ensuring the Rigor of Your Assessment Study

6a. Survey Methods

Survey methods checklist

6b. Focus Groups

Focus groups checklist

6c. Data Mining and Institutional Data

Data Mining and Institutional Data Checklist

Request internal data from Registration and Records

6d. Rubrics

Rubric development activity

Rubrics checklist

7. Module 4: Analyzing Assessment Data: Planning Your Data Analyses

Handout: Planning your Data Analysis

Handout: Corston & Colman (2000), Inferential Statistics Decision Tree

Planning your Data Analysis checklist

Rubrics

1. AAC&U's Teamwork Metarubric

2. Rubric for Module 1: Asking a Question and Being Clear About Your Purpose

3. Rubric for Module 2: Designing an Assessment Study

4. Rubric for Module 3: Validity and Reliability: Ensuring the Rigor of Your Assessment Study

5. Rubric for Module 4: Planning your Data Analyses

Worksheets

1. Worksheet for Module 1: Asking a Question and Being Clear About Your Purpose

2. Worksheet for Module 2: Designing an Assessment Study

3. Worksheet for Module 3: Validity and Reliability: Ensuring the Rigor of Your Assessment Study

4. Worksheet for Module 4: Planning your Data Analysis (same as the handout under presentation 7 above)

Fall assessment staff development workshop schedule.

Fall, 2014 Staff Development Workshop Opportunities (click to enlarge)


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Phone: +1 (701) 231-7701 - Fax: (701) 231-8176
Campus address: Old Main 100
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Last Updated: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 2:44:32 PM