Coordinating Direct & Indirect Assessment: How Holy Cross Manages Initiatives

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William Luton, Academic Projects Coordinator, University of Holy Cross

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University of Holy Cross’ institutional effectiveness planning process is built on a foundation of direct and indirect measurement, creating a holistic approach that provides a complete view into learning and teaching on campus. In this session, William Luton, Academic Projects Coordinator at Holy Cross, will share how the institution incorporates direct and indirect measures into assessment planning and reporting and how they’re using multiple integrated technology solutions to streamline and support these efforts. You’ll also get helpful advice on how to: - Get faculty bought into these critical processes - Coordinate data collection across systems - Create an effective, timely reporting process

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