NAU Assessment Fair
14th Annual NAU Assessment FairImproving
Student Learning, Development & Success
Wednesday, March 30, 2016
High Country Conference Center
(Rountables 2:00-2:50 p.m.)
join us for the 14th Annual NAU Assessment Fair. The fair is an event of poster presentations representing the assessment
efforts carried out by faculty, staff and students across the university.
The fair also offers roundtable discussions on current assessment topics.
Roundtable discussions will be held immediately before the fair. Watch for roundtable topics and registration dates!
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
We welcome posters that showcase assessment including student
learning and development, needs and satisfaction, and success. Posters
may also display assessment processes, designs, and/or strategies, not just
results of assessment studies.
year we also welcome proposals that showcase projects representing Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.
These posters may include completed research studies, in-class activities that
enhance student learning, and projects that would be carried out in the near
Submit an abstract
Presentations should include a description of:
- Purpose of the project
- Theory and methods
- Results/findings (where applicable)
- Use or potential use of results
Abstracts are due by the end of the day Monday,
March 7, and will be reviewed to ensure that all areas noted above are
included. All poster submissions will be accepted unless no clear
assessment focus is described in the abstract. You will be contacted if
clarification is needed.
you have any questions, please contact Shelly Pleasants via email at Shelly.Pleasants@nau.edu or phone at 928-523-5892.
13th ANNUAL NAU ASSESSMENT FAIR
The 13th Annual Assessment Fair was held on April 1, 2015. The fair was attended by over 165 guests and presenters and included:
- 41 Posters
- 90 Poster Authors
- 89 Guest Attendees
- 2 Roundtable Discussions and 34 Participants
- 8 Judges
- 47 Participating Programs, Committees, Offices, and Departments
The 13th Annual Assessment Fair awards for best poster included Judges' Choice, selected by a panel of judges, and People's Choice, selected by popular vote.
Mine the Gap: Needs Assessment for Student Learning of Information Literacy Skills
Theresa Carlson and Wendy Holliday
Teaching, Learning, and Research Services, Cline Library
Career Developments: Evolving Career Education at NAU
People's Choice Winners
Does One Size Fit All? Major-Based versus Interest-Based Residential Learning Communities
Sue Belatti, Rebecca Swain, and Ed Price
Housing and Residence Life
Celebrating Four Years of Enhancing Student Academic and Personal Success by Continuous Improvement
Kelley McKee, Lindsey Riebe, and Kathee Rose
Student Success Coaching, University College and Teaching, Learning and Research Services, Cline Library