The Kirwan Center for Academic Innovation and the USM Advisory Board for Graduate Education co-sponsored a system-wide convening on student learning outcomes assessment. National experts Natasha Jankowski (NILOA) and Daniel Denecke (Council of Graduate Schools) joined USM faculty, staff, and administrators for discussions on the “state of the art” of learning outcomes assessment across general education, undergraduate degree programs, graduate programs, and the co-curriculum.
April 19, 2017
This workshop, co-sponsored by the USM William E. Kirwan Center for Academic Innovation and Towson University's Office of Academic Innovation, will highlight opportunities for instructional design staff and faculty working with the Quality Matters framework to develop research studies related to learner success in online courses. Dr. Kay Shattuck, Director of Research for Quality Matters, will discuss recent findings in the field, then guide participants in applying the Quality Matters Research Toolkit to investigate student retention and/or learning.
April 5, 2017, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.