Workshops & Events

Assessment for Curricular Improvement

Spring 2016 Assessment Poster Exhibit




POSTERS



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Poster Title.
Bingham, J.P. Molecular Biosciences and Bioengineering Rubric, Signature Assignment, Graduate Level

Establishing Signature Assessment For Graduate Programs: The use of the MS. and PhD. proposal as a tool for evaluating Graduate Program performance

Nominated: Best Poster Design, Best Faculty Engagement, Best Use of Results

Boulos, Dan Academy for Creative Media Capstone, Closed-the-loop, Undergraduate level

Rubrics to Curriculum Map: Assessment Tools Inform ACM Curriculum Plans

★ Awarded: Best Poster Design, Best Use of Results
Nominated: Best Poster Design, Best Faculty Engagement, Best Use of Results
Fialkowski, M. Kainoa; Esquivel, Monica; and Novotny, Rachel Human Nutrition, Food and Animal Sciences Closed-the-loop, Graduate Level

Fostering Grant Writing Skills: A Student Learning Objective of the Intercollege Nutrition PhD Program

Nominated: Best Faculty Engagement, Best Use of Results
Institutional Learning Objectives Committee Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Institutional Learning Objectives, Institutional Level

Institutional Learning Objectives Assessment

Nominated: Best Poster Design, Best Faculty Engagement, Best Use of Results
Hong, Seunghye; Morelli, Paula; and Kishida, Jennifer Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work Rubric, Graduate Level

Articulating Social Work PhD program rubrics into a sustainable assessment

★ Awarded: Best Poster Design, Best Faculty Engagement
Nominated: Best Poster Design, Best Faculty Engagement
Hadwick, Robin Shidler College of Business Closed-the-loop, College Level

From Rigorous Data Collection to Meaningful Results: Closing the Loop at Shidler

Nominated: Best Poster Design, Best Faculty Engagement
Jiang, Hong and Szuster, Brian Geography Capstone, Undergraduate Level

Rethinking the Discipline and Student's Learning Goal

Nominated: Best Poster Design, Best Faculty Engagement, Best Use of Results
Johnson, Shannon L. Come Back to Mānoa, Outreach College Survey Research

Developing and Assessing the Come Back to Manoa Program: Why Seniors Leave and How to Help them Graduate

★ Awarded: Best Poster Design
Nominated: Best Poster Design, Best Use of Results
Kraft-Terry, Stephanie D. Biology Curriculum mapping, Undergraduate Level

Collaborative Curricular Improvement Guided by Assessment

Nominated: Best Poster Design, Best Faculty Engagement, Best Use of Results

Lower, Amy Communication Sciences and Disorders Field Experience Assessment, Formative Assessment, Graduate Level

Clinical Remediation Plan Processes in CSD

Martel, Stephen J. Geology and Geophysics Data Collection Method, Undergraduate Level

A time-effective and fair way to collect assessment data

Miranda, Jessica L. College of Education, Dean's Office Professionally Accredited Program Assessment, College Level

Utilizing Common Goals and Assessments Across Programs for Improvement

Nominated: Best Poster Design, Best Use of Results
Ng-Osorio, Jacqueline Nursing Assessment Environment Scan, Professionally Accredited Program Assessment, College Level

Beginning Journey of an Assessment Coordinator Affecting Change

Sandlin, M'Randa R.; Spafford, Helen; and Hill, Yao Department of Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences Faculty Engagement Techniques, Curriculum Map, Undergraduate Level

An Interactive Approach to Curriculum Mapping

Nominated: Best Faculty Engagement
Takanishi, Stacey M. Institute for Teacher Education, Elementary Curriculum Map, Professionally Accredited Program Assessment, Undergraduate Level

Curriculum Mapping for Program Assessment and Improvement

Tse, Alice Nursing Professionally Accredited Program Assessment, Rubric, Graduate Level

Evidence-Based Rubric Development for the Nursing PhD Program

Nominated: Best Poster Design, Best Faculty Engagement, Best Use of Results
Walsh, Julie and Rensel, Jan Center for Pacific Islands Studies Closed-the-loop, New Program Development, Undergraduate Level

Yeah, WRITE! New Disciplinary Writing Curriculum As Outcome of Assessment Cycle

★ Awarded: Best Use of Results
Nominated: Best Faculty Engagement, Best Use of Results
Wiltshire, John C. Ocean and Resources Engineering, SOEST Professionally Accredited Program Assessment, Rubric, Graduate Level

Developing Additionally Improved Rubrics Following a Very Successful ABET Accreditation of the Ocean and Resources Engineering Department

Nominated: Best Poster Design
Winter, Jenifer S.; Kurihara Kramer, Hanae; Buente, Wayne; Amaral Buskirk, Patricia; Kim, Ji Young; and Kawamoto, Kevin School of Communications Rubric, ILO Alignment, Graduate Level

Communication MA Curriculum Assessment

Nominated: Best Faculty Engagement, Best Use of Results


BEST POSTER AWARDS



This year, attendees nominated and voted posters for three categories: Best Poster Design, Best Faculty Engagement Strategies, and Best Use of Results. Congratulations to the winners (in no particular order):

Best Poster Design:

Best Faculty Engagement Strategies:

Best Use of Results



CALL for PROPOSALS (closed)


Call for Proposals and Reviewers


Share your successes and challenges in learning assessment! The Assessment Office invites UH Manoa faculty and staff to submit an poster proposal for our 2016 Assessment for Curricular Improvement Poster Exhibit. Programs at any phase in the assessment cycle are welcome.

Proposals should include

  • Poster Title
  • Author(s)
  • Department/program
  • Email
  • A proposal no longer than 250 words
View Submission Form [CLOSED]

Best Consideration Deadline: Friday Feb 26, 2016, 12:00 pm [CLOSED]

You will receive feedback and information for presenters around mid-March.

Sample topics may include

  • Use of assessment results for curricular improvement
  • Curriculum mapping and its role in program assessment and improvement
  • Development and use of a rubric for program assessment
  • Capstone portfolio assessment for curricular improvement
  • For more examples, see posters from the 2015 exhibit

Call for Reviewers: The peer review process used by the Assessment for Curricular Improvement Poster Exhibit maximizes the quality of the educational offerings to our exhibit attendees, emphasizes a positive collegial and collaborative atmosphere, and helps provide submitters with meaningful feedback. If you are interested in reviewing poster abstracts, please contact Yao Hill at yao.hill@hawaii.edu.

updated 03/28/2016