Training

Fall 2022

SJSU faculty and staff are invited to participate or watch the below sessions. All sessions are held via Zoom. The recordings, slides and handouts of the main presentations are available to SJSU authenticated users (one.sjsu.edu) only.

#1 The Impact of the WSCUC Commission Action Letter on Assessment Recording

Friday, September 23, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.

This session will review the WSCUC Report Recommendations related to how this impacts the work we do in the next couple of years in preparation for the Special Visit in spring 2025. Review the The Impact of the WSCUC Commission Action Letter on Assessment slides and the Assessment Excerpts from the 2021-2022 Reaffirmation of Accreditation Process.

#2 Assessment 101 @ SJSU

Friday, October 28, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.

Featuring appearances and messages from your colleagues across Co-Curricular Assessment, Program Planning, Program Assessment, General Education and other units, this workshop would be ideal for (a) new faculty, (b) any faculty member interested in learning more about assessment @SJSU, and (c) anyone interested in understanding more about how these divisions work together. Review the Assessment 101 slides and resources.

Below is the recording from the workshop in three parts. In the next week, we will be editing this into one video, but wanted to share the recordings with you as soon as available: 

  1. #2 Assessment 101 @ SJSU Recording Part #1
  2. #2 Assessment 101 @ SJSU Recording Part #2 
  3. Addendum Recording about Program Assessment (Passcode: qlGb4V*8)

#3 Program Learning Objectives Lab Recording

Friday, November 18, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.

PLO Labs is a highly requested topic, and would be ideal for Programs and Departments who are recrafting their PLOs, or are just embarking on the process to create new PLOs. Review the Program Learning Objectives Lab slides and resources.

#4 Navigating Nuventive: Centralizing Assessment Reporting Registration

Friday, December 9, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.

This session will help you understand how to submit your Program Assessment Reports in Spring 2023. If you need any permissions to access the Nuventive software, or other help with the report submission process, please contact your College Assessment Facilitator, as well as your Director of Assessment for further assistance. Individual consultations are always welcome. 

Save the Dates – Spring 2023 Workshops

  • Workshop #5 – Friday, February 24, 2023, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. 
  • Workshop #6 – Friday, March 24, 2023, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. 
  • Workshop #7 – Friday, April 28, 2023, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. 

Spring 2022

SJSU faculty and staff are invited to review the recordings, slides and handouts of the main presentations are available to SJSU authenticated users (one.sjsu.edu) only.

#1 Navigating Nuventive and Submitting Your Annual Assessment Report - Recording

Friday, February 25, 2022, 10:00-11:30 a.m.

Led by Dr. Priya Raman, Director of Assessment; Faculty in Residence @CFD. Dr. Raman tours Nuventive, introduces guides, and answers questions on assessment reporting practices, processes, and reporting structures. Review the Navigating Nuventive and Submitting Your Annual Assessment Report slides and our New Nuventive Training Materials, including the YouTube Nuventive @ SJSU Playlist.

#2 Beyond the Assessment Report: Building an Assessment Infrastructure Based on Inquiry and Reflection - Recording

Friday, March 11, 2022, 10:00-11:30 a.m.

Led by VP Junelyn Peeples and Dr. Priya Raman. Your colleagues discuss best practices in engaging multiple stakeholders in an ever-vibrant, cyclical, and “living” assessment superstructure that envisions student success at the heart of its enterprise. Review the Beyond the Assessment Report: Building an Assessment Infrastructure Based on Inquiry and Reflection slides.

#3 Engaging Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Values in Assessment Practices - Recording

Friday, April 22, 2022, 10:00-11:30 a.m. 

Led by Dr. Isabel Vallejo, Director of Assessment, Accreditation, and Special Projects for the Lurie College of Education. Dr. Vallejo shares her expertise and valuable lessons in infusing, engaging, and embodying these values in assessment practices. Review the Engaging Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Values in Assessment Practices slides.

#4 Constructing Meaningful, Impactful, and Intentional PLOs - Building Blocks, Process, and Faculty Buy-in - Recording

Friday, April 29, 2022, 10:00-11:30 a.m.

Led by Dr. Resa Kelly, Professor, Chemistry and Science Education; Director, Science Education Program; Director, Science Education Program, and Dr. Philip Dirlam, Assistant Professor, Organic Chemistry. Dr. Kelly and Dr. Dirlam describe the process, and outcomes from the Department of Chemistry’s latest Program Learning Objectives development activities. Review the Spring 2022 Session #4 Introductory slides and Constructing Meaningful, Impactful, and Intentional PLOs: Building Blocks, Process, and Faculty Buy-in Presenter slides.

Fall 2021

SJSU faculty and staff are invited to review the recordings, slides and handouts of the main presentations are available to SJSU authenticated users (one.sjsu.edu) only.

#1 Simple and Meaningful Assessment Reporting Recording

Led by Dr. Kathleen McConnell. Dr. McConnell leads us through key steps to ensure meaningful assessment reporting. Review the Simple and Meaningful Assessment Reporting slides and handouts.

#2 Nuventive and Program Assessment Recording

Led by Dr. Priya Raman. Dr. Raman tours Nuventive, and answers questions on assessment reporting. Feedback on Nuventive is absolutely welcomed! Review the Nuventive and Program Assessment agenda and Nuventive and Program Assessment slides.

#3 Applying the JEDI Mindset to Assessment Recording

Led by Dr. Deanna Fassett and the CFD Team. Dr. Fassett addresses Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, as they relate to Assessment. Review the Applying the JEDI Mindset to Assessment agenda and Applying the JEDI Mindset to Assessment slides.

#4 Nuventive and Program Assessment 

November 16, 2021: Hands-on sessions where Dr. Priya Raman worked with individuals and small groups.

#5 Nuventive and Program Assessment 

December 3, 2021: Hands-on sessions where Dr. Priya Raman worked with individuals and small groups.