Wednesday, October 11 • 2:00 p.m. EST

Producing informed and civically engaged citizens is a fundamental objective for many colleges and universities, but the way civic engagement is put into practice varies greatly from one institution to another. While most strive to increase the civic-mindedness of their students, there isn’t necessarily a clear picture of exactly what civic learning looks like or how outcomes can be assessed.
 
You’ll learn about:

  • Possible learning outcomes in civic engagement, and the importance of student learning among them
  • Articulating student learning outcomes amid an institutional drive for civic engagement
  • Transitioning research into practice in the assessment of student learning

 
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This webinar is sponsored by ETS and hosted by The Chronicle of Higher Education. All content presented during the event is provided by ETS.

Presenter
H. Anne Weiss, Ph.D. Candidate
Director of Assessment, Indiana Campus Compact and Assessment Specialist in Community Engagement
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
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Presenter
Dena Pastor, Ph.D.
Professor of Graduate Psychology and Associate Director of Assessment Operations - Center for Assessment & Research Studies
James Madison University
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Presenter
Ross Markle, Ph.D.
Senior Assessment Strategist - Higher Education
ETS
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