Announcing CEANY Brown Bag Webinars (free to members!)
Don’t miss out on CEANY’s series of lunch time webinars throughout the year. Do something important for YOU! Devote just an hour of time to your own professional development and networking!
Details for the CEANY May 2015 Brown Bag Webinar:
Topic: Assessment 101
Description: Assessment 101 will be an interactive discussion of the basic components of institutional effectiveness assessment. The major areas presented will be as follows:
• Academic assessment – general education, academic (credit and non-credit) program review, and course assessment
• Administrative assessment –strategic planning assessment and educational support unit/administrative assessment
Emphasizing the need for continuous improvement and accountability, assessment of these areas can yield valuable information for any institution. The assessment cycle and planning guidelines will also be discussed with recommendations for involving teams of faculty and administrators to ensure assessment success.
Presenter: Ms. Frances Dearing, MBA; Director of Accountability and Assessment at the College at Brockport, State University of New York.
When: Thursday, May 7, 2015
Noon to 1:00, EST*
(This webinar will be aired live, in conjunction with the Region East and West regional meetings)
Invite your colleagues to these Brown Bag Lunch sessions to maximize your professional development experience and as always,
feel free to participate with your mouth full
(and your mute button on)!
Brought to you by the CEANY Professional Development Committee:
Co- Chairs: Drs. Jane MacKillop (LaGuardia Community College) and Karen Schuhle-Williams (The College at Brockport/SUNY)
Committee members: Mr. Paul DeDominicas (Clinton County CC), Ms. Linda Gramm Ferris (Orange County CC), Ms. Lisa Raposo (SUNY Center for Professional Development), Mr. Reid Smalley (Genesee CC), and Dr. Chuck Spuches (Environmental Science & Forestry).
For more professional development opportunities, go to www.ceany.org and click on <Profess. Dev.>