Due to COVID-19, most campuses are delivering learning and student services at a distance and staff and faculty are working remotely. While this has been a shift for all students, the data shows that certain populations of students are more negatively impacted and that issues of access, equity and marginalization are more pronounced now than ever. In this webinar, Dr. Natasha Jankowski (NILOA), Dr. Gavin Henning (New England College), Dr. Kellie Dixon (North Carolina A&T) and Dr. Anne E. Lundquist (Campus Labs) discuss the focus and priorities for equity-minded assessment, particularly in the cocurriculum and as it relates to student involvement, engagement, retention and success. The panelists will discuss current practices as well as advice for how plan for an uncertain fall semester and beyond, provide suggestions for practice, as well as crowd-source tips and advice. Links to resources will be shared with webinar participants.
Natasha Jankowski; she, her, hers; Executive Director, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA)
Gavin Henning; he, him, his; Professor of Higher Education, Director, Doctorate of Education and Master of Higher Education Administration Programs, New England College; Past President, Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS)
Kellie Dixon; she, her, hers; Director, Student Affairs Assessment and Staff Development, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
Anne E. Lundquist; she, her, hers; Assistant Vice President for Campus Strategy, Campus Labs