These sessions require Internet and phone access. Group participation is welcomed.
Registration is done via the CampusLabs website.
A Member Campus Perspective on Preparing for Middle States Accreditation
Preparing for Middle States accreditation can feel overwhelming and stressful, but there are tips that can make it easier for you and make your campus more successful. Guest presenter Carol Vanzile-Tamsen, Associate Director of University Accreditation and Assessment at the University at Buffalo, will describe UB's efforts to prepare for Middle States report submission.
A Member Campus Perspective on Preparing for SACS Accreditation
Preparing for SACS accreditation can feel overwhelming and stressful, but there are tips that can make it easier for you and make your campus more successful. Guest presenter Jeremy Berberich, Director of Knowledge Management at Gateway Community and Technical College, will describe his experience preparing for their March, 2012 Compliance Certification submission.
Beacon Overview: A Guide for Administrators
Understanding how the Beacon platform can help connect you success intervention teams and make them more efficient is a key outcome of this presentation. Join us for an overview of the concepts that make Beacon work and a walk through of the system.
Beacon Overview: A Guide for Advisors
Understanding how the Beacon platform can help connect with your students in new and meaningful ways oriented on strengths and success. Join us for an overview of the conceptual framework of Beacon and an in-site walk through using common scenarios.
Building the Case for an Increased Budget
Using assessment strategies can be instrumental to justifying your budget and proposals to secure additional resources.
CollegiateLink: Best Practices
This session will highlight best practices from CollegiateLink campuses. Topics will include branding and marketing your site, documentation, and other great ideas. This webinar will allow for time for questions and discussion. This presentation is designed for any CollegiateLink administrative users along with their colleagues across the Division of Student Affairs.
This session will allow participants to take a detailed look at the tools and concepts related to campus event management.
How to Use Baseline: Reporting Tools
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.
How to Use Baseline: Rubrics
Rubrics are a very valuable tool for measuring learning directly and objectively. In this session, participants will learn what rubrics are and the general benefits of incorporating rubrics in assessment. The majority of the session will provide participants with a walk through of creating and analyzing rubrics within our Baseline assessment platform.
Introduction to CollegiateLink
This session will provide a broad overview of the features in CollegiateLink and how they are beneficial to student engagement and office efficiency. The concepts and user interface of the system will be discussed. This session is a great way to be introduced to the look, feel, and basic functions of the CollegiateLink platform.
Rubrics as a Methodology
This session will focus on the process of developing a rubric instrument customized to your needs.
Sharing Assessment Results: Promoting Conversation, Transparency, and Collaboration
Sharing assessment results and practices is a great way to learn from each other, increase faculty and staff buy-in for assessment, and help pave the way for collaboration in the future. In this session, two member campuses (Duke University and York University) will discuss ways they have promoted assessment conversations internally as well as externally to provide an avenue for continued development and awareness of assessment practices and results.
Using the Co-curricular Tracks & Certificate Programs Module
This session is centered on the tools of the CollegiateLink Curriculums module. Curriculums automates the tracking of student progress across certification programs, first year experiences, passport programs, and many other student affairs initiatives.
Last Updated: 3/5/13