Training and Workshops

Spring 2016 Workshops and Events

University Assessment Forum

This event is intended to update the campus community on the state of assessment at CSUF, showcase assessment best practices, and foster communication and collaboration through interdisciplinary round table discussions.

 

Six-Step Assessment Process: Performance Outcomes - Facilities Management

This workshop is intended to familiarize the division with the six-step process of assessment and is customized to discuss the unique contexts from the division.

 

Six-Step Assessment Process: Graduate Programs - Engineering & Computer Science

This workshop is intended to familiarize the college with the six-step process of assessment and is customized to discuss the unique contexts from the division.

 

Fall 2015 Workshops and Events

Assessment Basics: Student Learning Outcomes

Learn how to carry out the six-step assessment process: for anyone who is new to assessment or needs a refresher.


Assessment Basics: Performance Outcomes

Learn how to carry out the six-step assessment process: for anyone who is new to assessment or needs a refresher.


Assessment 2015-16 Update & Outlook

Find out assessment progress, updates and expectations: for anyone who will be involved in assessment planning, implementation, reporting or oversight.


Six-Step Assessment Process:  Performance Outcomes - Division of Administration & Finance

This workshop is intended to familiarize the division with the six-step process of assessment and is customized to discuss the unique contexts from the division.


Six-Step Assessment Process - Library

This workshop is intended to familiarize the division with the six-step process of assessment, customized to discuss the unique contexts from the division, and to provide individualized outcome development support and feedback from peers and the Office of Assessment and Educational Effectiveness staff.

CSUF Assessment - University Advancement Executive Team

This workshop is intended to familiarize the division with the six-step process of assessment, customized to discuss the unique contexts from the division.


Spring 2015 Workshops and Events

Developing Assessment Outcomes - IT

This workshop is intended to describe the characteristics of an effective outcome statement and provide individualized outcome development support and feedback from peers and the Office of Assessment and Educational Effectiveness staff.


Developing Assessment Outcomes - Student Affairs

This workshop is intended to describe the characteristics of an effective outcome statement and provide individualized outcome development support and feedback from peers and the Office of Assessment and Educational Effectiveness staff.


Assessment Methods Workshop - Mathematics & Natural Sciences

This workshop is intended to familiarize the college with different types of assessment methods and is customized to discuss the unique contexts within the college.


Assessment Overview Workshop - Humanities & Social Sciences

This workshop is intended to familiarize the college with the six-step process of assessment and is customized to discuss the unique contexts from the college.


Assessment Methods Workshop - Arts

This workshop is intended to familiarize the college with different types of assessment methods and is customized to discuss the unique contexts within the college.


Developing Assessment Outcomes – UEE/IP

This workshop is intended to facilitate understanding of alignment between University assessment and AACSB accreditation and familiarize the college with the six-step process of assessment and is customized to discuss the unique contexts within the college.


Align University Assessment with AACSB Accreditation – MCBE

This workshop is intended to describe the characteristics of an effective outcome statement and provide individualized outcome development support and feedback from peers and the Office of Assessment and Educational Effectiveness staff.


University Assessment Forum

This event is intended to update the campus community on the state of assessment at CSUF, showcase assessment best practices, and foster communication and collaboration through interdisciplinary round table discussions.


See the previous Training and Workshops

 Other Conference & Workshop Materials

Organization Conference/Workshop Dates Materials
WASC Assessment 201: Advanced Topics in AssessmentOpens in new window November 18, 2015 pdfPDF FileOpens in new window
WASC WASC Core Competency FAQs (Presentation to CSUF campus) October 1, 2015 pdfPDF FileOpens in new window
WASC Why WASC Matters (Presentation to Academic Senate) October 1, 2015 pdfPDF FileOpens in new window
WASC The Big Five: Addressing Core CompetenciesOpens in new window May 19-20, 2015 pdfPDF FileOpens in new window
WASC Retreat on Core Competencies: Written and Oral CommunicationOpens in new window November 13-14, 2014 pdfPDF FileOpens in new window
WASC Retreat on Core Competencies: Quantitative Reasoning and Assessment in MajorsOpens in new window October 2-3, 2014 pdfPDF FileOpens in new window
WASC   Assessment 101: The Assessment Cycle, Clear and SimpleOpens in new window October 1, 2014 pdfPDF FileOpens in new window