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  • Innovating Institutional Effectiveness with AEFIS

    Higher education is in the midst of a new transformation to radically shift its processes to collect data that demonstrate the overall impact on student learning and a clear return on investment. This transformation includes conducting data governance audits, modernizing systems, adopting new technologies, and looking at its data, and seeking opportunities to gather more meaningful data to provide answers about how to more effectively and efficiently support student success.
  • Your Democracy & Assessment—Resources

    As your community of practice, AEFIS Academy launched a four-part series designed to explore and unpack the relationship between Democracy and Assessment. Throughout this series, a variety of thought leaders came together in conversation around what the current relationship between democracy and assessment entails, what the relationship should or could be, and what the role of assessment might be moving forward to support a productive democracy.
  • Ready to CLR? Strength Analysis Planning to Implement Comprehensive Learner Record at Your Institution.

    AEFIS enables the digitization of higher education assessment processes, student learning journey, and student achievement initiatives. And as a CLR pioneer, from both an academic and technical perspective, AEFIS has successfully completed IMS Global Learning Consortium certification conformance assessment for Comprehensive Learner Record(CLR) specifications standard, making AEFIS the first software solution to achieve this certification.

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  • Innovating with Johns Hopkins University

    It is so refreshing to work with innovators. These are the individuals and organizations that see the bigger picture and who look to create a…
  • The Unexpected Parallels Between Art and Assessment

    This past January, I was lucky (or worked hard enough) to receive a research grant from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA. Until this point, most of my university-funded research focused on assessment and revolved around conference presentations. This, however, was a Project Completion Grant, and the project was not about assessment, but part of my professional practice as an artist.
  • Reflections on Trust: Cheating in a Pandemic

    n August 2020, the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA) released survey findings examining assessment-related changes made in the Spring 2020 semester. As part of that report, we examined the intersections of those findings with other COVID-19 related reports on the shift to remote instruction and students’ experience of teaching and learning during that time, offering considerations for practice in the fall and beyond. While August was only a month ago, in pandemic time it feels like at least 8 months have passed since the report was released. Based on conversations with assessment professionals and questions raised about learning in the fall, the report remains relevant all this time later.

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  • AEFIS Academy posted an update

    Assessment, in general, can make a great musical…Join us for \”Assessment: The Musical!\”—Episode 12: Keeping Equity in Assessment for some…

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