Presentation on theme: "Developing an Assessment Consortium Selected Slides from Presentation: Thursday, December 10 ll am-noon Cheryl Beil Assistant Vice President."— Presentation transcript:
Developing an Assessment Consortium Selected Slides from Presentation: Thursday, December 10 ll am-noon Cheryl Beil firstname.lastname@example.org Assistant Vice President for Academic Planning, Institutional Research, and Assessment, and Assistant Research Professor of Psychology The George Washington University Karen Froslid Jones email@example.com Director, Office of Institutional Research and Assessment American University
Questions to consider when organizing an assessment consortium Assessment: – What is the need for the organization? Mission: – What are the desired outcomes? Membership: – Who can join? Organizational structure: – Should it be formal or informal? – Do you want to create by-laws?
Questions to consider when organizing (cont) Leadership: – Who will initiate the start-up? – How will the organization be sustained over time? Funding: – How will you fund activities? – Should there be membership fees? Communication: – How will you communicate with one another? Meeting: How often will you meet? – What will be achieved at the meetings? Record keeping: – Should records be kept? – How will records be maintained?
Resources New England Educational Assessment Network (NEEAN) http://www.neean.org/ Reinvention Center http://www.reinventioncenter.miami.edu/ http://www.reinventioncenter.miami.edu/ Washington Area Schools Learning and Assessment Network (WASLAN) Cheryl Beil – firstname.lastname@example.org@gwu.edu Karen Froslid Jones – email@example.com@american.edu http://www.american.edu/provost/assessment/index.cfm