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Location:
San Marcos: Encino 233
Round Rock: Avery 355
Zoom: txstate.zoom.us…; 233
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Patricia Clarke
Faculty Development
facultydevelopment@txstate.edu
512-245-2112
Campus Sponsor:
Faculty Development
This interactive workshop will provide guidance for faculty and staff tasked with developing outcomes assessment reports for SACSCOC accreditation. The workshop will emphasize submitting the first part of the report, which is due on September 30, 2019. This fall, the focus is on revising outcomes and methods based on the analysis of the results collected from 2018-2019. This workshop is designed to be a highly practical, hands-on training, so participants are encouraged to bring their laptop/tablets with a draft document of your report. The presenters will be available after the workshop for individual consultation as needed. Participants are strongly encouraged to attend the session that best fits the program you assess. However, you can attend any session since much of the information covered will be relatively similar, although the focus will be slightly different.
This workshop supports the university’s goal to provide the necessary services, resources, and infrastructure to support the university’s strategic direction by implementing effective planning and continuous improvement for SACSCOC reaffirmation.

Presenter:
Dr. Lonnie Olson - Head of Assessment, Assoc VP for Institutional Effectiveness
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Location:
San Marcos: Encino 233
Round Rock: Avery 355
Zoom: txstate.zoom.us…; 233
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Patricia Clarke
Faculty Development
facultydevelopment@txstate.edu
512-245-2112
Campus Sponsor:
Faculty Development
This interactive workshop will provide guidance for faculty and staff tasked with developing outcomes assessment reports for SACSCOC accreditation. The workshop will emphasize submitting the first part of the report, which is due on September 30, 2019. This fall, the focus is on revising outcomes and methods based on the analysis of the results collected from 2018-2019. This workshop is designed to be a highly practical, hands-on training, so participants are encouraged to bring their laptop/tablets with a draft document of your report. The presenters will be available after the workshop for individual consultation as needed. Participants are strongly encouraged to attend the session that best fits the program you assess. However, you can attend any session since much of the information covered will be relatively similar, although the focus will be slightly different.
This workshop supports the university’s goal to provide the necessary services, resources, and infrastructure to support the university’s strategic direction by implementing effective planning and continuous improvement for SACSCOC reaffirmation.

Presenter:
Dr. Lonnie Olson - Head of Assessment, Assoc VP for Institutional Effectiveness
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
San Marcos: Encino 233
Round Rock: Avery 355
Zoom: txstate.zoom.us…; 233
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Patricia Clarke
Faculty Development
facultydevelopment@txstate.edu
512-245-2112
Campus Sponsor:
Faculty Development
This interactive workshop will provide guidance for faculty and staff tasked with developing outcomes assessment reports for SACSCOC accreditation. The workshop will emphasize submitting the first part of the report, which is due on September 30, 2019. This fall, the focus is on revising outcomes and methods based on the analysis of the results collected from 2018-2019. This workshop is designed to be a highly practical, hands-on training, so participants are encouraged to bring their laptop/tablets with a draft document of your report. The presenters will be available after the workshop for individual consultation as needed. Participants are strongly encouraged to attend the session that best fits the program you assess. However, you can attend any session since much of the information covered will be relatively similar, although the focus will be slightly different.
This workshop supports the university’s goal to provide the necessary services, resources, and infrastructure to support the university’s strategic direction by implementing effective planning and continuous improvement for SACSCOC reaffirmation.

Presenter:
Dr. Lonnie Olson - Head of Assessment, Assoc VP for Institutional Effectiveness
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
San Marcos: Encino 233
Round Rock: Avery 355
Zoom: txstate.zoom.us…; 233
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Patricia Clarke
Faculty Development
facultydevelopment@txstate.edu
512-245-2112
Campus Sponsor:
Faculty Development
The Research Enhancement Program (REP) provides funding for eligible Texas State faculty to support research, scholarship, and creative expression that contribute to the greater body of knowledge in all disciplines. Grant awards are determined through a peer-review process.  Attendees will learn about the mission of the REP, the online application and submission guidelines, the review process, and post-award expectations. The informal presentation will be thirty minutes followed by an interactive Q&A for one hour.
This workshop supports the university’s goal to achieve significant progress in research and creative activity as measured by national standards.

Presenter: 
Dr. Michael Blanda - Asst VP, Rsch & Fed Relations, Office of Research & Sponsored Programs
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Location:
San Marcos: Encino 233; 233
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Patricia Clarke
Faculty Development
facultydevelopment@txstate.edu
512-245-2112
Campus Sponsor:
Faculty Development
Design-thinking is a solution-based approach to solving complex problems. In this two-hour, highly active and creative workshop, we will apply design-thinking to the problem of crafting engaging and innovative writing assignments for our students. Participants will leave with the ideas, tools, and inspiration to enrich their syllabi and generate better student writing. This workshop is limited to 20 participants.
This workshop supports the university’s stated mission and shared value of promoting teaching and learning based on research, student involvement, and the free exchange of ideas in a supportive environment.
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