Multi-Solution Model for Assessment, Evaluation, and Accreditation
Tuesday, September 21, 2021
Webinar at 2 p.m. ET
Howard University’s Institutional Research & Assessment team knew they needed technology to help them with their course evaluation, planning, and assessment processes. They also knew it would be a big investment in resources—before, during, and after implementation.
In this presentation, the team shares what they learned and what to expect when implementing multiple tech tools.
Hear how they were able to:
- Find the right solutions
- Get funding, support, and buy-in
- Achieve the results they needed
The sharing of this information does not imply endorsement by AASCU.
Glenn Allen Phillips worked in assessment and institutional effectiveness at The University of Texas at Arlington and Texas A&M University before joining Howard University in 2018. A committed educator, he spent 15 years in community college and university classrooms teaching a range of subjects before his role as an assessment professional. He is committed to measurable and meaningful assessment practices that are integrated into the specific assessment needs of each unit. Phillips supports academic and non-academic units as they work towards sustainable practices of continuous improvement. He also teaches graduate courses in higher education at Howard and Georgetown.
Kyle Shanks, assistant director of Assessment at Howard University, worked in the private educational software space before joining Howard in 2019. Earning his Ph.D. from Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville, Tennessee, he worked for the Center for Assessment & Improvement of Learning (Critical Thinking Assessment Test), focusing on the efficiencies and value of computer-assisted grading. Shanks is an expert on survey creation and distribution, supporting the entire university community on such matters.
Lindsay Tanamal is an account executive with
Watermark. Prior to joining the Watermark team, she worked at McGraw-Hill where
she helped institutions adopt solutions for course level assessment.
At Watermark, she now partners with higher education institutions to help
them find the right solutions for their assessment and accreditation needs.
Tanamal enjoys helping institutions look at the big picture to aid in
continuous improvement efforts from the course level through the institution
level as a whole.
Who Should Attend:
- Provosts/Chief Academic Officers
- Vice Provosts
- Vice Presidents/Associate Vice Presidents/Directors of Assessment
- Vice Presidents/Associate Vice Presidents/Directors of Institutional Research/Evaluation
- Vice Presidents/Associate Vice Presidents/Directors of Faculty Affairs