Are you grappling with the challenge of collecting multi-dimensional learning outcomes data from direct assessments of student work and/or engaging in productive conversations about what students really know and are able to do? Join us to learn how Aqua by Taskstream, the technology behind the Multi-State Collaborative to Advance Learning Outcomes Assessment (MSC) led by AAC&U and SHEEO, can help you advance meaningful assessment at your own institution. Get a first-hand look at Aqua’s simple, intuitive scoring interfaces that make it easier to engage faculty in rubric-based scoring of student work and interactive reports that provide a snapshot view into how your students are performing on key outcomes.

In this session, you will learn how Aqua can help you:

• Obtain discrete outcomes data more easily with a streamlined process for assessment

• Make assessment more sustainable by removing barriers of time, cost, and community resistance

• Engage in meaningful conversations about student learning

Dara Wexler, Ph.D.

Drexel Assessment Conference 2016