After you have attended AACSB's Assessment or Assurance of Learning (AoL) Seminar and have a strong, working knowledge of accreditation and assessment, the next step is to attend the Applied Assessment Seminar where you will use your expertise to update and formulate programmatic learning goals.
Ideal for discussing the details of implementing a working, functional assessment program, the Applied Assessment Seminar uncovers potential issues (and how to avoid them), how AoL is scrutinized by a peer review team, and what AACSB looks for in an effective assessment.
Utilizing a hands-on, collaborative approach, this is a unique opportunity for you to thoroughly review your school's unique assessment plan, receive feedback from facilitators and colleagues, and identify potential areas of improvement.
- Fully review the steps of an assessment plan
- Provide a wide variety of diverse examples of rubrics and continuous improvement review reports
- Uncover the secrets to gaining faculty buy-in despite resistance
- Help you better understand the overall process by driving data outcomes into the curriculum to enhance learning
Establishing a culture of continuous improvement can be challenging, but the Applied Assessment Seminar provides a practical toolkit for managing assurance of learning at your business school.
Who should attend?
Faculty, department chairs, deans, associate, and assistant deans who have a thorough working knowledge of assessment procedures, have a program assessment plan in place with at least one/two cycles of data collected or those who have attended the AACSB Assessment Seminar.
For more information and to register, click here.
This seminar will be held in the same location as the Assessment Seminar (January 18–19). Each event requires a separate registration fee.