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Continuous Improvement of Student Learning: Designing a Comprehensive Learner Logic Model

This session will provide insight into the University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s Comprehensive Learner Record (CLR) logic model and how this effort organically provides evidence of student learning while meeting the requirements of Middle States Accreditation. The collection of CLR data align with Standards III, IV, and V. In collaboration with Greater Washington Partnership (GWP) Capital COLab, an academic and industry body focused on developing a skilled workforce, UMBC’s CLR processes tracks acquisition of knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs). This effort supports UMBC's goal in synthesizing learning across modules, courses and other learning experiences.

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.

Meet Our Partners Series—Leveraging Academic and Unit Program Review in Service of Your Middle States Self Study

Having a vision for your assessment process is key but putting that vision into action is where the rubber hits the road. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) is deeply entrenched in providing leadership development for all of its stakeholders through its Archer Center. The Center is currently employing a program review process that includes collecting assessment data on student life, human resources, ethics, law, policy and governance, diversity equity and access, financial resources and technology, and facilities and equipment. Concurrently, engineering programs are engaged in curriculum mapping and outcomes alignment processes which involve using technology and collaboration to connect with program stakeholders to make informed decisions about student performance and improvement. Listen in as community member Amy Svirsky shares her institution's best practices in collecting assessment across RPI and how these data are informing their Middle States self-study.

“Assessment: The Musical!”—Episode 18 Making Your Self-Study Process Your Regular Institutional Effectiveness Process

This particular webinar is titled “Episode 18—Making Your Self-Study Process Your Regular Institutional Effectiveness Process will give us as a community an opportunity to talk more about best practices in using your self-study planning process as your institutional effectiveness planning and reporting process; your regular cadence for checking in on what is working and what needs improvement.

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