Identify best practices regarding how to assess students’ learning when using virtual instruction across different types of learning environments.
- Focus on identifying best practices for enhancing student learning by evaluating didactic classes, field work, lab and studio/performance-based.
- Identify recommendations for faculty to consider when assessing student learning in different types of learning environments.
- Generate visual examples, videos, and frameworks for conducting assessment of student performance in virtual instructional settings.
- Co-chair: Joanna Brooks, Associate Vice President of Faculty Advancement
- Co-chair: Stephen Schellenberg, Assistant Vice President for Educational Effectiveness
- Sarah Elkind, Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning
- James Frazee, Chief Academic Technology Officer & Associate Vice President, Instructional Technology Services
- Terri Linman, Instructional Design Consultant for SDSU World Campus
- Nina Potter, Director of Assessment and Accreditation in the College of Education
- Ronnee Schreiber, Associate Dean for the College of Arts and Letters
- Steve Gill, Director of Graduate Business Programs for the Fowler College of Business
- Regis Komperda, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Rachel Record, Associate Professor in the School of Communication
- Andrew Aziz, Associate Professor of Music Theory
- Kelly Lane, Lecturer in the School of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences
"Providing access to a high-quality, affordable, transformative university education is a core commitment for SDSU faculty. It defines us. SDSU World Campus allows us to serve thousands more talented and deserving students-- especially working parents who may need greater flexibility. Opening SDSU to these learners will transform generations and communities."
-Joanna Brooks, Associate Vice President for Faculty Advancement