Presented at the American Evaluation Association annual conference, this presentation was featured in a panel of two other universities from the Twin Cities. A large, public research university typically has several stakeholders spanning across the state in which it is located; consequently, responding to the needs of these diverse constituents requires strategic planning. Further, challenges in collecting student data, reporting the data to constituents, and sharing the results of data-driven decisions made with student data can be exacerbated in a highly decentralized environment. This portion of the presentation highlights the ways in which a small institutional research office at a large, public university has proactively shared the results of assessment research and student data with the university community, developed effective partnerships across the university with regard to data analysis and reporting, and created a framework for undergraduate assessment.
Presented at the American Evaluation Association (AEA) conference, Minneapolis, MN, October 26, 2012.
Soria, Krista M..
Developing an Integrative, Inclusive Framework For Undergraduate Assessment: Supporting Data Managers and Decision-Makers At A Decentralized University.
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