Using Student Data to Improve Your Academic Support Programs
Venue: The Westin St. Louis
|Event Date/Time: May 21, 2012||End Date/Time: May 23, 2012|
|Early Registration Date: May 04, 2012|
Donâ€™t fear the data! Join us for a practical, hands-on conference that will help you organize information and convey it to the right people in the right way. Youâ€™ll return to your campus better able to determine which of your student academic support center functions are performing at a high level and make budgetary support decisions based on that information.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Teams are encouraged to attend. This program is appropriate for all administrators who are involved with evaluating academic support programs and need techniques to better collect, analyze, and use data to evaluate and improve those programs. Directors of academic support programs (student success, learning, tutoring, or writing centers) and key colleagues who will be able to influence improvement in academic support services will leave with strategies for using data to improve their student success functions.
A Team Effort
Ensuring student success is an institution-wide effort, requiring the investment and support of administrators from departments across campus. Of particular importance is the combination of resources from institutional research/assessment and student affairs. To encourage team participation, every fourth registration from the same institution is complimentary for this conference.
OPTIONAL POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: HOW TO DEVELOP AND ASSESS STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
Day 3 is an optional, day-long post-conference workshop on how to develop and assess student learning outcomes.
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