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What Can You Do With Your Campus’s Assessment Website?. Ephraim Schechter AALHE Second Annual Conference Albequerque, NM – June 3-5, 2012 http://HigherEdAssessment.com/presentations/ AALHE2012.pdf. 2: An institution’s assessment website. An online resource for

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what can you do with your campus s assessment website

What Can You Do WithYour Campus’sAssessment Website?

Ephraim Schechter

AALHE Second Annual Conference

Albequerque, NM – June 3-5, 2012

http://HigherEdAssessment.com/presentations/AALHE2012.pdf

2 an institution s assessment website
2: An institution’s assessment website

An online resource for

  • People at the institution who
    • Are doing assessment
    • Are managing/coordinating assessment
    • Want to find out about assessment at the institution
  • People elsewhere who want to find out about
    • Assessment at this institution
    • Assessment in general
3 in this session
3: In this session…
  • How what’s there & how it’s presented reflects (explicit or implicit) decisions about:
    • Who it’s for—i.e., who are your audiences?
    • What information does each audience need?
    • What information will you make available? To whom?
  • How easily can your audiences:
    • Find your information?
    • Understand your information?
4 what might be on an assessment website
4: What might be on an assessment website?

NILOA’s

Transparency

Framework

5 what might be on an assessment website
5: What might be on an assessment website?
  • The Resources handout (p. 1) lists some of the things you might find…
  • Which can be presented in many different ways. For example:
    • Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
    • Montgomery College
    • The University of Hawai’i at Manoa
    • Lock Haven University
who s the information for
Who’s the information for?
  • External audiences
    • Students/parents/community
    • Organized “accountability” displays – e.g., Voluntary System of Accountability (VSA) College Portraits
  • Internal audiences
    • Faculty & staff
    • Students
  • What information will you make available to each audience?
6 who s the information for external audiences
6: Who’s the information for?External audiences
  • Students/parents/community
    • Monmouth University
    • Eastern New Mexico University
6 who s the information for external audiences1
6: Who’s the information for?External audiences
  • Students/parents/community
    • Monmouth University
    • Eastern New Mexico University
  • Voluntary System of Accountability (VSA) /College Portrait
    • University of Kansas
    • Shawnee State University
6 who s the information for external audiences2
6: Who’s the information for?External audiences
  • Students/parents/community
    • Monmouth University
    • Eastern New Mexico University
  • Voluntary System of Accountability (VSA) /College Portrait
    • University of Kansas
    • Shawnee State University

How do you do this on your campus? Why?

7 who s the information for internal audiences
7: Who’s the information for?Internal audiences
  • Faculty & staff
    • Eastern New Mexico University
    • State University of New York at Geneseo
7 who s the information for internal audiences1
7: Who’s the information for?Internal audiences
  • Faculty & staff
    • Eastern New Mexico University
    • State University of New York at Geneseo
  • What information do you make available to whom?

How do you do this on your campus? Why?

8 what help do you provide for your faculty staff
8: What help do you provide for your faculty & staff?
  • Reporting formats & guidelines
    • Indiana University Kokomo
    • Cleveland State University
8 what help do you provide for your faculty staff1
8: What help do you provide for your faculty & staff?
  • Reporting formats & guidelines
    • Indiana University Kokomo
    • Cleveland State University
  • Assessment guidelines, tips, examples
    • Texas A&M
    • Central Michigan University
9 what help do you provide for your faculty staff
9: What help do you provide for your faculty & staff?
  • Assessment handbooks
    • New Mexico Highlands University
    • University of Massachussetts Amherst
    • University of Arkansas at Little Rock
    • California State University, Long Beach
9 what help do you provide for your faculty staff1
9: What help do you provide for your faculty & staff?
  • Assessment handbooks
    • New Mexico Highlands University
    • University of Massachussetts Amherst
    • University of Arkansas at Little Rock
    • California State University, Long Beach
  • Links to resources elsewhere
    • Brenau University
    • College of Wooster
9 what help do you provide for your faculty staff2
9: What help do you provide for your faculty & staff?
  • Assessment handbooks
    • New Mexico Highlands University
    • University of Massachussetts Amherst
    • University of Arkansas at Little Rock
    • California State University, Long Beach
  • Links to resources elsewhere
    • Brenau University
    • College of Wooster

How do you do this on your campus? Why?

10 who s the information for internal audiences
10: Who’s the information for?Internal audiences
  • Faculty & staff
    • Eastern New Mexico University
    • State University of New York at Geneseo
  • Current students
    • Christopher Newport University
10 who s the information for internal audiences1
10: Who’s the information for?Internal audiences
  • Faculty & staff
    • Eastern New Mexico University
    • State University of New York at Geneseo
  • Current students
    • Christopher Newport University

How do you do this on your campus? Why?

11 can people find your assessment information1
11. Can people find your assessment information?
  • From the campus home page, is it
    • …easy for non-knowledgeable searchers to find?
      • Marquette University
11 can people find your assessment information2
11. Can people find your assessment information?
  • From the campus home page, is it
    • …easy for non-knowledgeable searchers to find?
      • Marquette University
    • …easy to find, but non-faculty/staff probably wouldn’t look here?
      • Merritt College
11 can people find your assessment information3
11. Can people find your assessment information?
  • From the campus home page, is it
    • …easy for non-knowledgeable searchers to find?
      • Marquette University
    • …easy to find, but non-faculty/staff probably wouldn’t look here?
      • Merritt College
  • Must they already know which office handles assessment on this campus?
    • Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
    • Oakland Community College
12 can people find your assessment information
12. Can people find your assessment information?
  • From the campus home page, is it
    • …easy for non-knowledgeable searchers to find?
    • …easy to find, but non-faculty/staff probably wouldn’t look here?
  • Must they already know which office handles assessment on this campus?
  • Must they (S)earch? And which keywords should they use?

How do you do this on your campus? Why?

take aways
Take-aways

When you look at your campus’s assessment website, ask:

  • Who’s the site for? Who are your audiences?
  • What information do you provide for each audience? Why?
  • How easily can they find it?
finishing up
Finishing up

The handout, with live, updated links, is online at

http://higheredassessment.com/presentations/AALHE2012.pdf

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  • Give me your contact information

Ephraim Schechter, Ph.D.

Web: HigherEdAssessment.com

Email: [email protected]

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