Free Webinar: Student Learning Outcomes: The Seismic Shift Beyond Accreditation Support to Multiple Stakeholder Accountability

Join ETS and the Chronicle of Higher Education for a free webinar on Wednesday, October 16, 2013 at 2–3 p.m. USA New York City ET

Student Learning Outcomes: The Seismic Shift Beyond Accreditation Support to Multiple Stakeholder Accountability

The focus on student learning outcomes is transcending accreditation requirements, shifting to institutional efficacy and even diploma value. Conversations have expanded beyond legislators and the higher education community to now also include multiple stakeholders, putting pressure on institutions to manage higher levels of accountability.

Discover how institutions are addressing the role of student learning outcomes in institutional success as it shifts beyond accreditation to larger accountability discussions. During this webinar, speakers will also share best practices on how institutions are using evidence of student learning outcomes to meet today's evolving need for multiple stakeholder accountability.

This webinar will feature:

Ross Markle, Ph.D., Associate Research Scientist for the ETS Foundational and Validity Research Center

Norbert Elliott, Ph.D., Professor of English for the College of Science and Liberal Arts at the New Jersey Institute of Technology

Bridget Miller, Director of Institutional Research and Assessment, Cazenovia College

Becky Takeda-Tinker, Ph.D., President of Colorado State University-Global Campus

Julie Atwood, Director of Assessment, American Public University System


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