Assessment Publications & Presentations by the Pace Community
Publications & Presentations by the Pace Community
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"Appreciative Inquiry: An Innovative Initiative for Continuous Improvement in Doctoral Education." by Joanne Singleton, Marie Truglio-Londrigan, and Lucille Ferrara, published in AI Practitioner, May, 2014.
"Appreciative Inquiry: Twenty Years of Change and Innovation in a School of Nursing's Quality Improvment Process." by Lucille Ferrara, Joanne Singleton, Lin Drury, Sophie Revillard Kaufmen, and Joanne DeMarco, published in AI Practitioner, May, 2014.
"Thinking Outside the Binder: Integrating Commercial Assessment Results with Institutional Data." by Barbara Pennipede and Jason Diffenderfer, presented at 2013 NEAIR Conference, November, 2013.
"Changing the Culture of Assessment Through Appreciative Inquiry." by Lucille Ferrara, Joanne DeMarco, Sophie Kaufman, Joanne Singleton, and Gerrie Colombraro, presented at the Assessment Institute, October, 2013.
"Using Faculty Satisfaction Suvey Results to Revitalize Governance Structures." by Dr. Joan Walker, Barbara Pennipede, and Joy Tatusko, presented at the Assessment Institute, October, 2012.
"In their Own Words: Using Student's Writing to Develop a Digital Manual for New College Students." by Kristen di Gennaro and Agie Markiewicz. Thinkfinity Grant Interim Report for Cornerstone 1, May, 2012.
"The Pace ePortfolio as Educational Passport: Enhancing Students' Interdisciplinary, Co-Curricular and Experiential Learning" by Linda Anstendig and Beth Klingner. Thinkfinity Grant Mid-Project Report for Cornerstone 3, May, 2011.
"The Evolution from Pilot to Program" by Samantha Egan and Linda Anstendig. AAEEBL Learner, April, 2011.
"Electronic Portfolios Across the Disciplines: Using Technology as an Authentic Assessment Tool," by Linda Anstendig and Beth Klingner. Thinkfinity Grant Interim Report for Cornerstone 3, May, 2010.
"Moving from Goal to Implementation in General Education Assessment: Strategies to Engage," presented by Barbara S. Pennipede, Dr. Linda Anstendig and Dr. Adelia Williams presented at the AAC&U General Education and Assessment Conference, February, 2010.
"Assessment of the Relationship Between Civic Engagement and Community-Based Learning: Institutional and Theoretical Concerns," by Dr. Mary Ann Murphy, Dr. Weihua Niu, Heather Ann Novak and Sangeeta Rao, presented at the Assessment Institute, October, 2009.
"Direct Assessment Methods: A Qualitative and Quantitative Synthesis," presented by Andreea Cotoranu and Dr. Allen Stix, at the Assessment Institute, October, 2009.
"Choosing Benchmark Institutions for Institutional Assessment," presented by Barbara S. Pennipede and Marianne M. Hricay at the AIR Forum, May, 2009.
"Using Multiple Methods to Assess Progress on a Strategic Plan," presented by Barbara S. Pennipede and Marianne M. Hricay at the AIR Forum, May, 2006.
"Redesigning Web Design" by Pauline Mosley, published in the Fall 2005 issue of the Academic Exchange Quarterly.
"Monitoring and Supporting Collaborative Groups to Enhance Student Outcomes" by Anthony Joseph and Mabel Payne, presented at the International Conference on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, December 1-3, 2004 at the National University of Singapore and published in the conference proceedings.
"Thinking Through Computing: The Power of Learning Communities" by Christelle Scharff and Harold Brown, published in: Computer Science Education, 2004, Volume 14, Number 4, pages 297-320.
"Developing a Professional Doctorate in Computing: A Fifth-year Assessment" by Susan M. Merritt et al., published in: Inroads – The SIGCSE Bulletin, December 2004, Volume 36, Number 4, pages 42-46. Copyright © 2005 ACM, Inc.
"Student Hits in an Internet-Supported Course: How Can Instructors Use Them and What Do They Mean?" by Dan Baugher, Andrew Varanelli, and Ellen Weisbord, published in: Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, Fall 2003, Volume 1, Number 2, pages 159-179.
"Are They Really "Getting It?" The Evolution of Information Literacy Assessment for First-Year Students" presented by Sarah Burns, Assistant University Librarian for Instructional Services, at the AAHE Assessment Conference, Seattle, Washington, 2003.