ACJS Assessment Workshop 2019
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ACJS Assessment Workshop 2019

 Export to Your Calendar 3/26/2019
When: Tuesday, March 26, 2019
1:30 pm
Where: Baltimore Marriott Waterfront - Fourth Floor: Harborside E
700 Aliceanna Street
Baltimore, Maryland  21202
United States
Contact: Stephanie Mizrahi
301-446-6300


Online registration is available until: 2/28/2019
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The 5th Annual ACJS Assessment Workshop presented by the ACJS Assessment Committee and Peregrine Academics will take place on Tuesday, March 26, 2019, from 1:30-5:30 at the ACJS Annual Meeting in Baltimore.

For the first time this year, the workshop will boast two tracks. In addition to our usual panels on current issues in academic assessment, we will be hosting a Nuts and Bolts training track with longer presentations covering some of the basics of starting and running an assessment program. Please indicate in your registration which track you plan on attending. This is not wedded in stone (you can jump between tracks if you wish), but it will give the committee an idea of how many people to plan for in each of the rooms.

As always, food will be provided thanks to the generosity of our sponsor, Peregrine Academics, and we will end with our traditional wine and recap social. 

To register, click here.   Registrations are due by February 28, 2019.

A tentative agenda is shown below.

Hope to see everyone there!

Erin Orrick, Stephanie Mizrahi, and Robert Lytle

Chairs, ACJS Assessment Committee 2018-2019


Tuesday, March 26th, 2019

Nuts and Bolts

(Room TBD)

Current Issues

(Room TBD)

1:30pm-2pm

Erin Orrick & Stephanie Mizrahi, Welcome

2pm-3pm

Rosemary McFee, Creating Learning Objectives

Leanne Havis, Making the Rubric Work for You, Rather than Against You: Achieving Assessment Synergy

Paul Gormley, Creating a Program Assessment Plan

Robert Lytle, Revamping Program Assessment to Conform to a University’s Assessment Overhaul

3:15pm-4:15pm

Karen Jackson, Ernest Cuthberson, & Jennifer Stanigar, Using Q-methodology to Designing Academic Program Assessments

Stephanie Mizrahi, Ryan Getty, and Christina Perry, A Pilot Study for a Longitudinal Standardized Assessment Design Evaluating a Large Criminal Justice Program

TBD, Achieving Faculty Buy-In for a New or Revised Assessment Program

TBD, “Closing the Loop”: How to Make Your Assessment Program Work for You.

4:30pm-5pm

Interactive Break Out Groups

Interactive Break-Out Groups

5pm-5:30pm

Erin Orrick & Stephanie Mizrahi, Workshop Wrap-Up and Social