Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at Online Event Via Go To Webinar
Starts at 2:00 PM · Ends at 3:00 PM, EST (America/New_York)
Despite a plethora of materials and a rapid increase in the importance of the work, many full-time professionals in higher education still struggle to find quick, effective ways to build assessment knowledge and enthusiasm in themselves and their colleagues. Join us as we take an unusual approach to making assessment resources accessible and fun! In this webinar, two members of Skyfactor’s Analytics & Research will race against the clock to cover as many practical assessment tips as 60 minutes will allow. The webinar will include overall assessment tips, as well as practical ideas related to methodology choices, surveys, focus groups, and building assessment skills. And, audience members and others will be able to add their own tips via a live twitter feed, with the presenters adding these tips in as the webinar progresses.
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- Matthew Venaas
Research Manager at Skyfactor
- Sherry Woosley
Director of Analytics & Research at Skyfactor BenchworksAs the Director of Analytics and Research at Skyfactor, Sherry Woosley drives the content strategy for the Mapworks Student Retention System and more than 40 Benchworks program assessment products. As one of the original creators of Mapworks, Sherry spent more than 10 years working in the area of assessment at Ball State University, where she also founded a graduate level academic program in institutional research. She has published articles in the College Student Journal, The Journal of College Student Retention, The Journal of College Student Development, The NASPA Journal, and Assessment Update. Sherry has also delivered more than 100 presentations at national conferences. Nationally recognized for her work in assessment, college student transitions, and predictive analytics, She holds a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Organizations from University of California, Santa Barbara.
Online Event Via Go To Webinar