IUP has a new university Vision Statement and Strategic Plan, and has recently earned reaffirmation of accreditation with Middle States. All of these efforts are essential to IUP’s success as an institution, but do all IUP community members have a shared conceptual vision of how we measure success?
Can we articulate a shared vision of what our students should be learning, and do we know when these learning goals have been achieved? Can we show external stakeholders and critics the value of the IUP experience? How can student learning outcomes assessment help IUP to take the next step toward excellence?
Join us at an open session with Terry Rhodes, vice president of the Office of Quality, Curriculum, and Assessment at the Association of American Colleges and Universities on Thursday, October 20, 2016, at 2:00 p.m. in the PNC Room at the KCAC to discuss how IUP can move forward in student learning outcomes assessment. No registration is required.
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