Events

The NILOA Event Calendar provides a central location for information on assessment-related events. Inclusion of an event in the calendar is not an endorsement nor does it signal NILOA-sponsorship. The calendar instead serves as a mechanism to support the ongoing professional development of those interested in assessment by listing relevant and timely events.

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AALHE Encore Workshop: Road to Equity in Assessment 12:00 pm
AALHE Encore Workshop: Road to Equity in Assessment
Dec 1 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Divya Bheda, Gianina Baker, Wendy Crocker, Gavin Henning, Natasha Jankowski, Anne Lundquist, Erick Montenegro, Mamta Saxena, & Karen Singer-Freeman This two-hour workshop allows participants to identify theories that can inform an institution’s efforts to increase... Read more »
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AALHE Exemplary Workshop: Learning Improvement at Public, Community, and Private Arts Colleges 1:00 pm
AALHE Exemplary Workshop: Learning Improvement at Public, Community, and Private Arts Colleges
Dec 13 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Katie Boyd, Kathleen Gorski, Yao Hill, Jill Kern, Kelsey Kirland, Jason Lyons, & Julie Morrison This two-hour workshop will present tenets of learning improvement, exemplars of learning improvement in general education and discipline-specific settings, and... Read more »
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10 Upcoming Events and Programs

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AALHE Exemplary Workshop: Learning Improvement at Public, Community, and Private Arts Colleges
Dec 13 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Katie Boyd, Kathleen Gorski, Yao Hill, Jill Kern, Kelsey Kirland, Jason Lyons, & Julie Morrison

This two-hour workshop will present tenets of learning improvement, exemplars of learning improvement in general education and discipline-specific settings, and strategies for enacting assessment to improve student learning.

$50 for members; $65 for non-members

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2022 AAC&U Annual Meeting
Jan 19 – Jan 21 all-day

The long-awaited reopening of economies and societies—and campuses—in the aftermath of the pandemic brings with it an elated expectation of restoration and recovery: the return to normal. Yet while many of the immediate challenges COVID-19 created for colleges and universities may now begin to recede, the pandemic turned a powerful spotlight on existing challenges that had for too long been left unresolved. Particularly with respect to equity, the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated and deepened trends already undermining the democratic role of higher education. Democracy requires a form of higher education that is both accessible and affordable, that is not structured by racism, and that is valued because it produces graduates who are socially and economically mobile as well as practiced in the arts of democracy and civic life.

The 2022 Annual Meeting will bring together a broad and diverse community of educators not to look back to an idealized pre-pandemic normal but to look resolutely forward. The meeting program will provide a clear-eyed assessment of the obstacles that remain on the path to a liberal education for many students today. And, finding confidence in the capacity for innovation demonstrated across higher education during the pandemic, it will also showcase and examine new models, practices, and solutions aimed at removing those obstacles and reinvigorating liberal education in service to democracy.

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2022 Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) Annual Conference
Jan 24 – Jan 27 all-day
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2022 General Education, Pedagogy, and Assessment
Feb 10 – Feb 12 all-day
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ACPA22 Conference
Mar 6 – Mar 9 all-day
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2022 AAC&U Diversity, Equity, and Student Success Conference
Mar 17 – Mar 19 all-day
2022 Diversity, Equity, and Student Success Conference (AAC&U)
Mar 17 – Mar 19 all-day
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2022 NASPA Annual Conference
Mar 19 – Mar 23 all-day
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2022 HLC Annual Conference
Apr 1 – Apr 5 all-day
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2022 WASC Accreditation Resource Conference
Apr 20 – Apr 22 all-day