What are some strategies for establishing a culture of assessment and a systematic process of inquiry? What are methods beyond the traditional survey that we can employ to improve student learning and better serve our students? How can we creatively aggregate data and share our story with university stakeholders? How can we raise the bar in assessment education and skill across an entire division of Student Affairs? What are the emerging roles and responsibilities of divisional assessment coordinators? How do you overcome commonly stated barriers to assessment such as time constraints, limited resources, staff resistance, crisis of the immediate, and lack of skills? What is the potential for use of technology for collecting, analyzing, and processing data?
Learn the answers to these questions and more as host Tony Doody speaks with Dr. Gavin Henning, Director of the Master of Higher Education Administration and Doctorate of Education Programs at New England College, and Dr. Darby Roberts, Director of Student Life Studies at Texas A&M University.