RIT Faculty Share General Education Course Assignments
Leah Bradley, assistant director of Educational Effectiveness Assessment, Dr. Elizabeth Hane, associate professor in the School of Life Sciences and Dr. David S. Martins, associate professor and director of the University Writing Program presented If We Build It, Will They Come? Cultivating an Authentic Assignment Library at the annual Assessment Network of New York Conference on April 18, 2018.
Team from RIT Presents Survey Results at the Assessment Institute in Indianapolis
Dr. Beth Carle, Associate Professor, Mechanical, Manufacturing, and Electrical Mechanical Engineering Technology (CAST) and the Faculty Associate for Assessment and Dr. Laurie Clayton, Director of Educational Effectiveness Assessment presented, Utilization of Taskstream for Effective Assessment Management, at the Assessment Institute in Indianapolis on October 24, 2017.
Establishing A Signature Assessment Process to Enhance Program Quality
Dr. Beth Carle, Associate Professor/CAST, and Faculty Associate for Assessment, Grace Rubin, Assessment Management System Coordinator, and Dr. Anne Wahl, Assistant Provost for Assessment and Accreditation, presented Establishing a Signature Assessment Process: Enhancing Academic Program Quality at the Taskstream-Tk20 Interactive 2017 Conference in June.
Healthy General Education Assessment Practices at RIT
Leah Bradley (Assistant Director, Office of Educational Effectiveness Assessment), Elizabeth Hane (Associate Professor, Faculty Associate for General Education), and David Martins (Associate Professor, Director of the University Writing Program) traveled to the April 2017 Assessment Network of New York (ANNY) Conference at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY to present