June 18, 2014: Attend webinar to learn dynamic strategies for sharing assessment data
by Michelle Saport |
Wednesday, June 18, 10-11:30 a.m. UAA/APU Consortium Library, Room 307
Parking Services has purchased and scheduled a webinar by PaperClip Communications titled "Assessment Reports: Dynamic Strategies for Sharing Data with Stakeholders." All are welcome to attend. The room will open at 9:30 a.m. and the 90-minute webinar will begin at 10 a.m. A printed certificate of completion for each participant will be delivered after the event.
About the webinar: The assessment data have been collected. You have binders filled with quantitative and qualitative information sitting in piles on your desk. Now, you ask, "What exactly do I do with all of these numbers and comments?"
Engaging stakeholders starts with finding the best possible medium for sharing your assessment data. Campuses across the nation are transforming how they share data-from formal reports to more creative poster campaigns, briefing books, snapshot summaries, websites, infographics and more.
How can you present the data in a dynamic, engaging way so that key stakeholders can use it to inform decisions and allocate resources? This is how you "close the loop"-and it's a critical part of the assessment process often overlooked.
Join presenter Kim Yousey-Elsener for an interactive webinar exploring the key components of what to consider and include when sharing data, as well as best practices and examples of new and innovative ways to present the information you want to share. A Q-and-A session will follow the presentation.
As a result of this webinar, you will be able to:
- Understand the key elements to consider when choosing what data to share and how to best present that data in a dynamic, engaging fashion.
- Determine the best medium for sharing data with key stakeholders (e.g., faculty, staff, students, trustees, alumni, etc.).
- Review best practices from campuses across the U.S. to determine effective strategies and creative approaches to present data that could be adapted to your campus.
- Gain tips for creatively reporting data, even with limited resources.
- Identify web links and resources for additional ideas, information and support.
For more information, visit the PaperClip Communications website.