Designing a Comprehensive Learner Record Logic Model for Lifelong Learning
2021 Learning Impact Conference
LMS System Support Specialist
University of Maryland Baltimore County
Online Learning Coordinator
University of Maryland Baltimore County
Instructional Design Specialist
University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)
Director of Academic Partnerships
October 4, 2021 @ 3:00 PM – 3:45 PM EDT
With an opportunity to improve and innovate student learning outcomes simultaneously, Comprehensive Learner Record (CLR) is an interoperable achievement hub that reinforces that learning happens everywhere with verified evidence of student learning from course, co-curricular engagements, student employment, and even student self-identified experiences. CLR makes achievements explicit and meaningful for institutions, students, and employers.
Stakeholders who use CLR as a vehicle for learning in real-time and an ecosystem of skills that employers value are providing valuable opportunities to share knowledge, skills, and abilities with a greater audience.
In collaboration with Greater Washington Partnership (GWP) Capital COLab, an academic and industry body focused on developing a skilled workforce in the Capital Region, the University of Maryland, Baltimore County seeks to track the acquisition of knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) linked to tech-talent essential skills. This collaborative process aligns labor market information with employer insights and educator feedback leading to the development of prepared candidates for jobs in the Capital Region.
In this session, see how UMBC’s CLR logic model is supporting curriculum revision, student learning, and preparing students for their future careers and how partnering with employers in your institution’s region supports the mission and vision of learning and career readiness.
It is our goal to provide the audience with the following intended key takeaways:
1. Describe the Comprehensive Learner logic model for holistic assessment
2. Apply best practices to empower campuses to engage in CLR for improvement
3. Define stackable records that add value for faculty, students, and employers
Collin Sullivan, LMS System Support Specialist, University of Maryland Baltimore County
Susan Biro, Online Learning Coordinator, University of Maryland Baltimore County
Laura Wyatt, Instructional Design Specialist, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)
Suzanne Carbonaro, Director of Academic Partnerships, AEFIS
Suzanne Carbonaro, M.Ed, MS, CE School Administrator, is the Director of Academic Partnerships at AEFIS. Suzanne has 27 years experience in higher education teaching, curriculum design, assessment and leadership. Most recently, Suzanne served as the Director of Assessment at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy at the University of the Sciences where she designed the real-time assessment process for the newly implemented competency-driven doctor of pharmacy curriculum. She came to USciences from Rider University where she served as Director of Assessment and Strategic Partnerships at the College of Education. Here she redesigned their assessment process and managed over a million dollars in grants. Suzanne has led successful self-studies and re-accreditation efforts for the doctor of pharmacy and teacher and leader education programs. She is a proud member of the team who successfully received the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) 2019 Award for Excellence in Assessment. Suzanne was invited to present her research and development of Comprehensive Learner Records (CLRs) to IMS Global at the 2018 Learning Analytics Summit, 2019 IMS Global Digital Credentials Summit and was a finalist for Learning Impact Awards at the Leadership Institute in May 2019. She received the USciences 2018 Founder’s Day Award for Innovation and has presented at AALHE (2018, 2019, 2020), Drexel Assessment Conference (2018, 2019, 2020), IUPUI (2018, 2019, 2020), AACP (2019) as well as regional assessment conferences, and the Competency-Based Education Network (2019, 2020).
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