Posts Tagged ‘assessment planning’

#ChoosetoLearn with LiveText’s via Webinar!

January 16, 2017

Introduction to LiveText’s via™ Assessment System  #ChoosetoLearn February 2 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm CT Register Now Whether it’s fulfilling institutional assessment needs or student e-Portfolio development, LiveText’s new assessment solution, via™, is helping institutions like Pepperdine University and Point Loma Nazarene University instill a professional voice in students and providing them with a greater sense of […]

Top 5 Challenges in Improving College and University Assessment

February 10, 2016

 Choosing meaningful assessments to  support your institution’s goals is an  important step toward driving  measurable change in student  outcomes. We’ve been fortunate to work with colleges and universities to implement our  Assessment Insight System™ (AIS™) in order to do just that. We’ve assisted our  partner institutions to identify and remove a number of barriers, better […]

Moving Beyond Compliance to Actionable Assessment Practices

January 22, 2016

We’ve all seen the headlines when an institution runs afoul of its accreditor. It isn’t pretty. The institution faces serious operational and reputational risk. The path back to good standing devours resources and distracts from the core educational mission. The importance of institutional compliance is undeniable. But can a strong focus on compliance actually detract institutions from […]

Complimentary Webinars: Technology for more Effective Program Review

January 18, 2016

Join us to see how LiveText can help you to implement a Systematic and Effective Program Review process. LiveText’s Assessment Insight System™ (AIS) provides institutions the ability to implement a systematic Program Review process and streamline the distribution of academic and nonacademic assessment plans. With AIS™, institutions and programs are able to monitor all planning […]

Priming your Assessment: The Importance of Planning

September 11, 2015

Assessment is essential not only to guide the development of individual students but also to monitor and continuously improve the quality of programs, inform prospective students and their parents, and provide evidence of accountability. Assessment is needed for learning. Assessment and feedback are crucial for helping people learn.  Assessment should mirror good instruction; happen continuously […]

9 Principles of Good Practice for Assessing Student Learning

March 6, 2015

Today, hundreds of colleges and universities are doing assessment, at the classroom, program, and institutional levels. The practice has become a universal expectation for accreditation and a frequent object of state mandate. According to NILOA, nine out of ten institutions now report that they have some type of assessment activity under way. American colleges have […]