Category: News

February 2018

The month of February had the NILOA staff involved in various presentations and meetings throughout the U.S. NILOA’s Director, Dr. Natasha Jankowski facilitated a dialogue on meaningful assessment for faculty and staff at Bergen Community College on February 1st, 2018 in Paramus, New Jersey. A copy of the presentation is located here. The presentation was… Read more »

January 2018

It was a very busy start of the 2018 for NILOA. In January, our staff and senior scholars participated in Pikes Peak Community College’s annual Professional Development Week, WASC Assignment Design Charrette and AAC&U 2018 Annual Meeting: Can Higher Education Recapture the Elusive American Dream? Pikes Peak Community College’s annual Professional Development Week took place in Colorado Springs, CO,… Read more »

December 2017

The Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA) Conference 2017 Birth, Death and Rebirth: Does philosophy of education need a new Subject? took place in Newcastle, Australia, between December 1st-5th, 2017. NILOA’s Director, Dr. Natasha Jankowski, presented Birthing Integrated Networks: Transitory Learning in an Age of Change. Dr. Jankowski’s presentation can be found here. The Philosophy of Education Society… Read more »

November 2017

Through a combination of keynote speeches and presentations, NILOA staff were busy this past month. We attended the NEean Fall Forum 2017 Advancing Assessment in New England, the 42nd Annual ASHE Conference Power to the People, the NCA’s 103rd Annual Convention Our Legacy, Our Relevance and the 2017 Virginia Assessment Group Conference among others. NEean Fall Forum 2017 Advancing Assessment… Read more »

October 2017

It has been nearly a month since the Assessment Institute concluded in Indianapolis. We would like to share our observations from select sessions that were part of the NILOA Track and provide you with an opportunity to access presentations from the NILOA Team. This section features commentary on Transparency across the Curriculum: Assignments, Alignments, and… Read more »