October 2nd,
2013
ASSESSING CIVIC
ENGAGEMENT ACTIVITIES
 Numerous variables involved with experiential learning
 Difficult to measure
 How do we know if we are successfully in...
At UW-Superior students will find AS-L opportunities in:
 Over 70 course sections
 26 different disciplines
 11 of our ...
Reviewed the research
For two years, assessed the outcomes
Created a new survey
HISTORY
Completely voluntary
End of semester student survey
The outcomes align with our University
Learning Goals
Our office d...
 Provide feedback to professors for course improvement
 Aggregated for the University
 Accountability Reports for UW-Sy...
QUESTIONS?
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Assessing Civic Engagement Activities
Wisconsin Campus Compact Regional Gathering
October 2, 2013
Jenice Meyer, UW-Superior

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Assessing Civic Engagement Activities

  1. 1. October 2nd, 2013 ASSESSING CIVIC ENGAGEMENT ACTIVITIES
  2. 2.  Numerous variables involved with experiential learning  Difficult to measure  How do we know if we are successfully integrating it into our classrooms and academic programs?  What are the shared learning outcomes that students are achieving on a University level? WHAT ARE OUR STUDENTS LEARNING?
  3. 3. At UW-Superior students will find AS-L opportunities in:  Over 70 course sections  26 different disciplines  11 of our 12 academic departments Last year, 42 different professors utilized AS-L Over 1,300 students A YEAR participate in an AS-L course Over 20,000 hours of time is donated to our community each year NOTEWORTHY NUMBERS
  4. 4. Reviewed the research For two years, assessed the outcomes Created a new survey HISTORY
  5. 5. Completely voluntary End of semester student survey The outcomes align with our University Learning Goals Our office distributes, collects and analyzes the data ASSESSMENT
  6. 6.  Provide feedback to professors for course improvement  Aggregated for the University  Accountability Reports for UW-System  Institutional Reports  Promotional Materials  For engaged departments UTILIZING THE DATA
  7. 7. QUESTIONS?

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