This spring, the Office of Institutional Effectiveness (“OIE”) continues “Institutional Assessment Days” to foster opportunities for all members of the UNO community to more actively impact the quality and promise of our campus. On Feb. 16, 2018 and March 9, 2018, students, faculty and staff will share the results from initiatives to study and improve UNO and its programs.
Faculty and staff routinely investigate the effectiveness of courses, student support programs and facilities. Institutional Assessment Days provides an opportunity to share the methods behind these efforts as well as the results.
Friday, February 16, 2018’s tentative list of presentations includes:
- Matt Tracy, Ph.D.: "General Education Assessment"
- Office of Institutional Effectiveness Team: "OIE Data Tools and Informative Showcase"
- Jenny Lui, Ph.D.: "Using Institutional Data to Investigate Student Learning Behavior (some examples and findings)"
- T. Hank Robinson, Ph.D. and Thomas Walker: "OIE's Productive Enrollment, Budget and Modality Analyses"
- Academic & Career Development Center Leadership Team: Assessing Signature Programs & Transition Points
Please save the dates above and set aside time to join our presenters as they share their investigations and results.
For more details, please contact Jeanie Gutheil Bykerk at email@example.com.
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