BEA Assessment Boot Camp
Tuesday, April 9, 2019 | 9:30 am – 11:15 am
Westgate Las Vegas | Pavilion 10
To purchase a $20 ticket to attend the Assessment Boot Camp, select the it as an “add on” event on the BEA2019 registration site.
This year’s convention spotlight, “Education & Industry: Mediating the Nexus,” provides a strong focus for assessment in higher education. At many universities, industry partners play an integral role in each phase of the programmatic assessment process. Academic learning, from theory through practice, identifies rich stories of achievement, names potential gaps and fosters collaboration while closing the loop. This year’s Assessment Boot Camp takes on the nexus to share assessment experiences from admission through commencement, at universities across the country.
Moderator: Stacey O. Irwin, Millersville University of PA
David Shabazz, Kentucky State University; Assessing Student Learning in the Mass Communications Program
Jenny Moore, Texas A&M University – San Antonio; Vinicio Sinta, Texas A&M University – San Antonio; Longitudinal Assessment of Mentoring Programs: A Case Study at Univision Media Lab
George L. Daniels, University of Alabama; Closing the Assessment Loop on Programmatic Diversity Planning for Accreditation
Robert N. Spicer, Millersville University of PA; Assessment and statistics for people who hate assessment and statistics: The 360-degree approach to assessing student learning in a video production course (and beyond)
Mary Spillman, Ball State University; Johnny Sparks, Ball State University; Adam J. Kuban, Ball State University; The Use of Comprehensive Exit Exams in Program Assessment: Benefits, Challenges and Best Practices
Stacey O. Irwin, Millersville University of PA; The State of Programmatic Assessment Today:Negotiating the Nexus