Monday, October 25 • 12:00am - 12:00am
Strategic Assessment: Evaluating Program Outcomes using Instructional Artifacts

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Welcome! Impact assessment of educational development programs enables us to shape and respond to emerging institutional needs, anticipate implications of those needs, and iteratively improve programming. Quality data does not need to be time consuming or expensive to collect. Strategic evaluation of instructional artifacts (e.g. syllabi, lesson plans) provides high-quality information about faculty learning without a large investment of resources. This workshop explores the power of common artifacts to capture programmatic impact on teaching practices, such as shifts in mindset. Participants will use our process to identify meaningful and measurable components of program outcomes and map those outcomes onto instructional artifacts.

We have set up our session materials a bit differently than some of the others. You can access:
We look forward to engaging with you during the Q&A session on Thursday, November 11th from 3:30 - 4:30 EST.
Alice, Ruth & Meg

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Megan Mittelstadt

Director, University of Georgia Center for Teaching
I am the Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Georgia (UGA), where I lead institutional efforts associated with educational development, learning technologies, classroom and learning space support, instructional media services, and the scholarship... Read More →
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Alice Hunt

Asst. Director for Instructional Development, University of Georgia
I am the Assistant Director for Instructional Development at the Center for Teaching and Learning (University of Georgia). In this role, I work with faculty, departments, and academic units to increase student learning through curricular and programmatic (re)design, evaluate programmatic... Read More →

Monday October 25, 2021 12:00am - 12:00am EDT
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