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The Office of Planning and Assessment organizes a working group of TTU faculty and staff who want to learn about and "do" more assessment.  This group is called the TTU Assessment Network (TAN), and we'd like you to join us! Our next meeting will be held in Spring 2015, and we invite you to share your assessment experiences!

Next TAN Meeting:  Spring 2015

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Past Presenters

Joshua Barron, Bio,Prezi

Date :July 18th , 2012

Topic :“UA’s Approach to Assessment

Discussed how UA's approach to assessment is aimed at real-time analysis and reporting through instantaneous data capture.

 

Marjean Purinton, Bio,Ppt

Date : July 18th , 2012

Topic :“Honors College Co-Curricular Assessment: Qualitative Approaches

Discussed the kinds of qualitative assessments they perform in the Honors College, particularly those associated with their important co-curricular activities but also curricular matters.

 

Valerie Paton, Bio,Prezi,Video

Date :March 29th , 2012

Topic :“Strategic Planning Update

Discussed the University’s 2012 Strategic Planning process  as well as the changes to SACSCOC policies and standards.

 

   Kevin Stoker,Bio, Ppt

Date :February 15, 2012

Topic:What we learned in Orlando

Discussed what assessment looks like from all sides of the spectrum and how the field of communication engages assessment.

 

   Sam Bradley,Bio, Ppt

Date :February 15, 2012

Topic:What we learned in Orlando

Discussed what assessment looks like from all sides of the spectrum and how the field of communication engages assessment.

 

 Shanna Donica, Bio, Ppt

Date :October 20, 2011

Topic : Rawls College of Business: Assessment Methods

Discussed how faculty members are the greatest resource for assessment data through the use of Student Learning Outcome cards, “clickers” and pre and post quizzes.

 

   Jill Stangl,Bio, Ppt

Date :October 20, 2011

Topic :“Student Legal Services: Assessment Process”

Discussed the Student Legal Services assessment processes and results, utilizing pre and post survey data via ITouch technology

 

   Craig Morton, Bio, Ppt

Date :July 15, 2010

Topic:Student Retention and Assessment

Discussed student retention and the role DEMSA (Division of Enrollment Management & Student Affairs) has played in promoting and improving assessment through the utilization of surveys, focus groups, interviews, rubrics...etc.

 

   Jason Rinaldo, Bio, Ppt

Date :July 15, 2010

Topic:Engaging faculty in assessment

Discussed techniques on engaging faculty members in the assessment process via the "Behaviorist" psychological model.