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NILOA Presentations Archive 2012

Select NILOA presentations given over the course of the past year are listed below. For additional NILOA presentations, please see the Resource Library.

October 2012

Kinzie, J., Jankowski, N., Baker, G., Kalges, M., Martinez, V. (2012, October). Using Assessment Results: Promising Practices of Institutions That Do It Well. Assessment Institute.

Powerpoint slide with title and authors

Kuh, G., & Jankowski, N. (2012, October). What You See is Less Than We Need: Communicating and Using Evidence of Student Learning. Assessment Institute.

Powerpoint page with title and authors

Hinds, T., & Jankowski, N. (2012, October). Voluntary System of Accountability and Learning Outcomes: An Update. Assessment Institute.

AIR Presentation

June 2012

Jankowski, N., Keller, C., Gore, P., & Kinzie, J. (2012, June). The Future of Student Learning Outcomes Assessment on the College Portrait. Association for Institutional Research (AIR).

AIR Presentation

Jankowski, N., & Kuh, G. (2012, June). Lessons from the Field: A NILOA UpdateAssociation for Institutional Research (AIR).

AIR Presentation

April 2012

Kuh, G. (2012, April). Taking Stock of Student Learning Outcomes Assessment. Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (HEQCO).

All Signs Point to Accreditation

Provezis, S. (2012, April). Student Learning Outcomes Assessment: All Signs Point to Accreditation. RosEvaluation Conference Keynote.

All Signs Point to Accreditation

January 2012

Provezis, S., Kepple, T., Pugliesi, K., Beld, J., & Pike, G. (2012, January). Show Me the Learning: Best Practices in Institutional Transparency. AAC&U Annual Meeting.

AAC&U Presentation

Kinzie, J., Bers, T., & Quinlan, M.K. (2012, January). Student Learning Outcomes Assessment at Community Colleges. AAC&U Annual Meeting.

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"The complex, diverse learning goals, of postsecondary education do not justify a passive approach to student achievement. It is heartening to see state policy and institutional leaders working together to collect evidence of student learning and pursue continuous improvement."

Paul Lingenfelter

Paul E. Lingenfelter
State Higher Education Executive Officers