Course Length: February 24, 2020 - April 19, 2020
Registration: Now through April 10
This FREE online course provides self-paced curriculum materials and activities that address several learning outcomes. Click here for a syllabus. In short, this course aims to provide participants the opportunity to:
The eight-week course is completely self-paced! You can move through all of the modules to complete the course in full, or pick and choose which individual modules most interest you, and complete only those. While the course is self-paced, the instructors will move through the content one week at a time. Accordingly, students who work ahead or join modules late may not have as much active opportunity to engage with peer students or the instructors.
The instructors held an hour-long live session on February 4, 2020 to give course history, overview of content, past outcomes data, and personal perspective about the course as a resource to be leveraged. Click here to view February live-session content.
You can also read up on past student outcomes/feedback on the course, as well as what's new for 2020 in this blog post.
Registration is open (see link above). Registration remains open until April 10, 2020. Course start is February 24, 2020.
Beyond individual participation, know you can leverage this course for structured team or institutional professional development. Past institutions provided feedback which helped create this tips and tricks resource document on leading a group through the course.
The course is offered through a partnership with National Louis University and coordinated within SAAL by the Professional Development Committee. Questions about the course may be directed to the firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions about registration and technical requirements for participating in the online course (e.g., platform used) may be directed there, too.
Future course offerings are determined annually and not necessarily in advance. Stay tuned for future offering details!
Joe Levy, M.S., is the Executive Director of Assessment & Accreditation at National Louis University. He earned his B.A. in English from Baldwin-Wallace College and his M.S. in Student Affairs in Higher Education from Colorado State University.
Benjamin Andrews, Ph.D., is an Academic Coach at Northcentral University. Ben has a B.A. in Sociology from Ohio Wesleyan University, an M.A. in Sociology from The Ohio State University, and a Ph.D. in Sociology from The Ohio State University.
Emily Langdon, Ph.D., is the Coordinator of Assessment, Research and Evaluation for the Division of Student Affairs at U.C. Merced. She earned her B.A. in International Relations from U.C. Davis, her M.Ed. from Colorado State University in College Student Personnel Administration, and her Ph.D. from UCLA in Higher Education and Organizational Change.
Individuals who contributed to original content for course, worked to bring content to life in course, or have been involved in course content updates.
Please note, as a past course participant, any of the course content (lecture text, videos, resources, activities) are free to you to download, re-use, remix, and share. We only ask that you cite this course (or the original source for any campus examples, articles, or published texts). The button below links to a document with plenty of details on doing just that, but we went ahead and shared the most pertinent info below (and added a note on this in the Course Welcome section).
To provide attribution for the most recent course offering, the creators of this course can be listed as “Applying and Leading Assessment in Student Affairs MOOC” with a link to Student Affairs Assessment Leaders’ website (http://studentaffairsassessment.org/online-open-course). For electronic or paper copies of any content, please provide a citation in the following format:
Student Affairs Assessment Leaders. (2020). Title of module, video, lecture page, activity [Format description]. Retrieved from https://learn.canvas.net/courses/2778.
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