LiveText Conference Registration Open! It’s a Who’s Who of Assessment!

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I wish to extend the following personal invitation to you for LiveText’s 15th Annual Assessment & Collaboration Conference, taking place at the Renaissance Downtown Hotel in Chicago,  IL on July  11, 12 & 13. Attendees of our Conference leave with the kind of insights into assessment best practices that can be put to use immediately. This year, we are featuring sessions led by:

Dr. Carol Geary Schneider, President, Association of American Colleges & Universities
Dr. Gloria Rogers, Managing Director, Professional Services, Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc
Dr. John Medina, Developmental Molecular Biologist, Brain Rules
Dr. Thomas Angelo, Clinical Professor of Educational Innovation and Research Director of Educator Development for The Academy UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, The University of North Carolina at Chapel

Dr. Natasha Jankowski, Associate Director, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA)
Dr. Pat Hutchings, Senior Scholar, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment
Dr. Lance Tomei, President and CEO, LT Consulting LLC
Mrs. Donna Sundre, Executive Director of the Center of Assessment and Research Studies, James Madison University
Dr. Alex Ambrose, Associate Director of ePortfolio Assessment, University of Notre Dame
Dr. Maggie Bailey, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, St. Katherine College

You can see more of our featured speakers when you visit www.livetextconference.com.

One thing you should know…our Conference is very different from other assessment conferences. During the three-day event, you will have the opportunity to hear from leading experts in the fields of student learning assessment whose presentations focus on trends in engagement and assessment with take-home strategies that support institutions’ continuous improvement efforts. You will see case studies in action that describe approaches for systematizing assessment institution wide and across multiple campuses, along with strategies for development of student academic identity.

Of course, we always plan time for interaction with our presenters, as well as collaborative events with your peers and opportunities to learn about the latest learning engagement and assessment technology. In addition, we have multiple hands-on workshops in rubric design, student learning, and preparing faculty for assessment. When you attend our Conference, you will find that the core of our programming is and has always been underscored by LiveText’s founding pillar:  COLLABORATION

I hope you will consider joining us this summer in Chicago. To learn more, please visit www.livetextconference.com.

Email us at conferences@livetext.com and reference this blog to receive your special-offer registration code!

Learn CKalmuswhat’s possible!
Christopher E. Kalmus, Ph.D.
President, LiveText

 

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