October 24–25, 2016 | Tampa, Florida, USA
Are you new to the Assurance of Learning (AoL) process? Have you recently been appointed to be involved in program assessment? Are you in the process of creating or revising an existing AoL process at your business school?
If any of these roles describe your involvement with AACSB Accreditation, attending the Assurance of Learning Seminar I will immerse you in the necessary terminology, techniques, and tactics to help you successfully navigate through assurance of learning.
Learning the language of assessment is critical to the effective implementation and maintenance of an AoL program. This seminar breaks down the basics so you can become a well-versed advocate for improved student learning.
This Seminar Will:
- Clarify the difference between AACSB Accreditation and regional accreditation expectations
- Explain the AoL process, with an emphasis on direct measures of student performance
- Guide you through the design of a functional pilot AoL plan based on your business school's vision
- Apply AoL concepts and practices related to obtaining and maintaining accreditation
- Provide you access to assessment-related pedagogical resources
You will return to your school with a complete understanding of the student learning measurement process, confident in your knowledge of goal and measurement creation, rubric development, and direct versus indirect measures. This is your chance to see how the AoL process is implemented in both the classroom, business school and at the university level—so you can implement your own.
Who Should Attend
Faculty, department chairs, deans, and those working on obtaining or maintaining accreditation at their school. Individuals who are new to assurance of learning, who have recently joined an AoL committee, who are implementing an AoL plan, or who need to be familiarized with the general terminology and implementation.
Fees and Registration
||Received by September 24, 2016:
||Received after September 24, 2016:
|1st and 2nd Early Member
|3rd and Subsequent Member
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