A presentation and discussion about the role that e-portfolios can play in assessment led by nationally recognized speaker Michael Day, Professor of English at Northern Illinois University.
Dr. Day will share his experiences designing and working with assessment. At the center of his session will be a discussion of how course-based and programmatic assessments can be built up to create a longitudinal look at student learning. Day offers concrete strategies for scaling up assessments and for collaboration between institutional stakeholders.
Michael Day has published a number of articles, book chapters, and edited collections on the subjects of assessment, portfolios, and the use of technology in pedagogical contexts. He has been recognized nationally for his work on computers and writing and by his own university for his work on assessment.
February 11, 2016
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