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How to Use Baseline: Key Performance Indicators Presented by: Melissa Wright, M.A. Assistant Director, Campus Labs Team. www.campuslabs.com /blog. @ CampusLabsCo # labgab. Like us on Facebook!. September 21, 2012 . Assess student learning and success. Consultant information. Display types.

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How to Use Baseline: Key Performance IndicatorsPresented by: Melissa Wright, M.A.Assistant Director, Campus Labs Team

www.campuslabs.com/blog

@CampusLabsCo #labgab

Like us on Facebook!

September 21, 2012

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Use colors consistently and with purpose

Population

Time Periods

Progress to Goal

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Single question on a single survey

Data appears in real time from surveys & rubrics

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Single question on multiple surveys

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Multiple questions on single/multiple surveys

Questions and scales need to be consistent

Careful changing questions and scales over time

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Only questions with numeric answer choices will be available for means

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http://www.albany.edu/studentaffairs/assessment/docs/Briefing%20Book%2008-09/index.html

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How Campus Labs Can Help

  • Collect event attendance and participation numbers
  • Track exposure to outcome to link to learning/growth based performance indicators
  • Embed performance indicators within your planning and reporting process
  • Show concrete metrics that track improvement towards your larger goals and outcomes
  • Collect survey and rubric data for performance indicators
  • Create a variety of performance indicators
  • Work with your assessment consultant to identify best practices for your institution or division
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QUESTIONS?

Melissa Wright, M.A.

Assistant Director

Campus Labs Team

[email protected]

716.270.0000

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