LiveText, the leading provider of campus-wide solutions for strategic planning, assessment and institutional effectiveness, has announced its 2012 Collaboration and Assessment Conference schedule, July 23 & 24 in downtown Chicago. This year’s conference will provide higher education faculty and administrators an opportunity to explore leading-edge practices in assessment of high impact learning and collaborate with colleagues.
Featured speakers include:
Carol Geary-Schneider, President, AAC&U
Dr. Terry Rhodes, Vice President of the Office of Quality, Curriculum and Assessment, AAC&U
Linda Suskie, Assessment & Accreditation Consultant
Attendees will engage in hands-on training sessions in topics that are vital to institutions’ development of high-impact learning and high-impact assessment integration such as Quality Enhancement Planning and Curricular Redesign. They will also receive an interactive training session in LiveText’s new Field Experience Management module that enables learning assessment outside of the classroom.
Registration information and a complete conference schedule is available at www.livetext.com/2012conference .
LiveText is the leading provider of community-centered web tools, expert consulting services, and broad support services for colleges and universities facing the challenges of accreditation. For more than a decade, LiveText’s standards-based learning assessment and Accreditation Management System™ has provided the most advanced, flexible, and intuitive web-based tools for developing, assessing, and measuring student learning and program evaluation to assist educators in developing best practices and benchmarks. To this end, LiveText is committed to community collaboration for the development of the most effective generation of technology-based services meant to expand the student and faculty learning processes, facilitate program growth and effectiveness, and support continuous improvement of the overall higher educational experience for students, teachers, and entire institutions.