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Longwood's Annual Assessment Conferences

Longwood University Assessment Conferences Go Virtual

  Longwood Best Practice:  Student Centered Assessment and Planning       

Open to the public February 3, 2014, join Longwood faculty and staff at http://blogs.longwood.edu/14assessconf/ as Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Ken Perkins welcomes participants to Longwood’s second virtual assessment conference. Through video recorded presentations, faculty and staff share their experiences and expertise in assessment and planning.  This year, guest Keynote Presenter Ken O'Donnell of California State University also joins Longwood's annual assessment conference.  The opportunity to dialogue with presenters through their session blogs is available only from February 3-7, 2014, but the conference site with links to sessions and materials will remain open for future reference.


Assessment Research, Best Practices, & Planning --- Student Success

Opened to the public February 4, 2013, Longwood's annual assessment conference went virtual. Longwood faculty and staff's video recorded presentations and materials were made available at http://blogs.longwood.edu/assessconference/ Interim President, Marge Connelly welcomed participants to Longwood’s virtual assessment conference and Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Ken Perkins provided closing remarks. The opportunity to dialogue with presenters through their session blogs was available from February 4-8, 2013, but the conference site with links to sessions and materials remains open for future reference.


Longwood University 2012 Assessment Conference

Charting the Course for Excellence
January 12, 2012

2012 Conference Program

Dr. Terrell Rhodes' Keynote Presentation

Conference Photos and Presenter Resources

Longwood's second annual assessment conference offered an opportunity to dialogue with peers, ask questions, and share experiences in "Charting the Course for Excellence" through assessment. Presenters from the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business and Economics, Education and Human Services, and Graduate and Professional Studies; ITS; Administration & Finance; Student Affairs; and OAIR shared their experience and expertise. This year, special guest speakers included Dr. Terrell Rhodes, Vice President for Association of American Colleges and Universities, and Dr. Joe DeFilippo, SCHEV Director of Academic Affairs and Planning.  A panel discussion with Longwood Vice Presidents who have served as SACS Evaluators was the final highlight of the day. President Finnegan announced the establishment of the Longwood Assessment Mini-Grant Program (LAMP). Program information and the application process will be forthcoming.