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Name/Twitter NameRoleInstitutionI love assessment because ...I still have questions about ...I can help with ...Future chat suggestions
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Amy Feder/FederfedsAssessment ConsultantCampus LabsIt is the best way to inform change on campusdirect measures of assessment
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Bryce Hughes/BryceEHughesResearch AnalystUCLAIt improves practice.Whatever we're learning in this PhD program that relates to assessment.Methods, interpreting results, considering audience for assessment, connection between assessment and research
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Joe Levy/JoeBooksLevyAssessment ConsultantCampus LabsIt helps campuses have methods to their madness. Plus, it's just how I operate - wanting data/reason to back decisions
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Amber Garrison Duncan/amberagdDirector, Student Affairs AssessmentUniversity of OregonIt supports evidence based decisions that lead to greater student success. It helps us focus on intentional and high impact practices and garner resources to support those practices. Go indepth on some of the questions posed today: methods, infrastructure, policies, assessment teams, etc
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Sue Caulfield/SusewoozAssistant Director, Student AffairsHofstra NS-LIJ School of MedicineIt allows for reflection, improvement, and the beginning of creative change. Everything! I'm a newbie, but I think my institution could use it. Methods, strategies that focus on qualitative data collection, tips on what works, what doesn't, etc.
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Judd HarbinAssociate Dean of StudentsUniversity of ArkansasPieces of evidence are like pieces of a puzzle that we get to put together. Implications for assessment of a shift in paradigm from outcomes focus to learning focus. One of the chatters today mentioned that his or her or hir university recently shifted to a "learning focus"
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Matt Deeg / @mattdeegCoordinator, Fraternity and Sorority LifeUniversity of North FloridaIt justifies our existence as a department; shows where students are and how they're growing; helps us improve more. Also, I'm a big dork.
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Karen ONeill/@ksoneillMSEd Grad StudentMonmouth University, NJIt helps us truly understand our goals and helps us build better programmingabsolutely everythingwant to learn more about 'learning focus" and assessing diversity type programming
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Stan Dura / @Cool_BeansDirector, Student Affairs Assessment and AdminBabson CollegeIt leads me to new things, sometimes learning, sometimes better understanding, sometimes better questions.Moving our field from "promoting" and "fostering" learning to actually facilitating it intentionally and methodicallyInstrument development; statistical analysis, comprehensive assessment planning, direct measures, traininghow to overcome different forms of resistance, common ethical issues and how to resolve; how to maximize usefullness of assessment committees, how to best benefit from, engage with, and support the various and disjointed assessment committees/organizations (ACPA, NASPA, SAAL, AAHE, etc.)
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Jennifer JoslinDirector, Office of Academic Advising; President, NACADA; Board of Directors, NACADAUniversity of OregonData-driven decision-making is the changing face of higher ed decision-making. It's time to get on board! Establishing a set of data points or metrics that #acadv admins could use to track the effectiveness of their unit. Questions anyone might have about how NACADA is working to prioritize research & assessment in advising. How could one participate in a shift of your campus culture from anecdote-based decision-making to assessment-based decision-making?
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Chad Nuttall / @chadtweetsManager, Student Housing ServicesRyerson UniversityAssessment creates an environment that strives for excellence!
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Gavin Henning/@gavinhenningSenior Research AnalystDartmouth CollegeAssessment drives the bus to better student learning and success.Willing to help on almost everything.
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Michael Christakis/@MikeChristakisAssistant Vice PresidentUniversity at AlbanyIt provides evidence of our student's experiences at college!Student learning outcomes (in the co-curriculum!),How we're directly measuring learning.
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John Goepfrich/@JohnnyGoepResidence Hall DirectorQuinnipiac UniversityIf you back a great idea with assessment data it is more likely to become a reality.Assessing learning in passive programming efforts.What are other schools doing besides surveys and focus groups? How can we measure the learning that occurs through passive programs on campus?
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Evan Heiser/@EvanHeiserAssistant to the Vice President for Student Life and Dean of StudentsElon Universitydata helps make everything easier
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Anne Sweet / @notanniebutanneAcademic AdvisorUniversity of Central ArkansasData drives decision makingEverything!More on methods and measurements
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Renee P. Dowdy/@reneepdowdyResidence Hall DirectorMarquette Universityit's a natural part of understanding effectiveness of programs and servicesHow others are utilizing rubrics; measurement of social justice-focused outcomes.Writing learning outcomes, creating department buy-in, moving data off of shelves.More on direct measures, use of qualitative assessment.
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Sarah Manzeske/@smanzeskeDirector, Community Standards and Student Engagement.  Chair of Student Affairs Assessment Committee and member of University Assessment Steering CommitteeRoosevelt UniversityThe process opens up many discussions about why we do what we do, and how we can change our practices to be sure we're impacting student learning.Partnering with faculty; aiding in creating cohesive university assessment strategies; buy-in from busy colleaguesAssessment stage one: establishing a model for assessment within Student AffairsMapping project within division of Student Affairs
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Rachel Luna/ @RachelHLunaAssistant Director, Center for Community InvolvementUniversity of the PacificIt provides so many opportunities for learning and has the potential to legitimize the work we do
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Ciji Ann Heiser @CijiAnnCoordinator for AssessmentUNC Chapel Hill It's my job & I like to make the most of our human and financial capital by knowing where our efforts are succeeding, need improvement, and should be phased out.direct assessment, partnering with faculty, quantitative analysis, using tools like SPSS Many things! Just ask! Direct Assessment tools
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