What technologies are working for your students?
ASSETT strongly supports faculty and staff involvement in educational evaluation (also known as assessment) to gauge what is needed and what is working in your classes, especially with respect to learning technologies. Our goal is to help you determine ways to gather and analyze quality classroom data that will help you reach pedagogical goals and effectively implement learning technologies. To meet this goal, we offer trainings and consulting in the following areas:
- Aligning your course
- Designing survey and interview questions
- Conducting pre- and post-assessments
- Gathering and interpreting classroom observation data
- Collecting mid-semester feedback
How can ASSETT help?
ASSETT also designs and conducts interviews, surveys, and focus groups with Arts & Sciences faculty, staff, and students in order to gain an in-depth understanding of the opportunities and challenges faced around learning technologies by different stakeholders in Arts & Sciences. The results of ASSETT evaluation projects are disseminated back to our stakeholders in reports made available through our website. These reports also inform the development of future ASSETT initiatives. Contact our Educational Technology Researcher Shane Schwikert for more information.