21:suppl (2006:summer) Committee Update: E&A

June 30, 2006 at 5:47 pm | Posted in Evaluation & Assessment | Leave a comment

Marla Baden and Anne Mitchell, Co-Chairs 

Committee members: Joe Badics (Eastern Michigan University), Carole Bell (Temple University), Jana Brubaker (Northern Illinois University), Sarah Corvene (Harvard College), Sandy Folsom (Central Michigan University), Carole McEwan (University of California, Berkeley), Lori Terrill (University of Wyoming), Adam Chesler (Board Liaison). 

In January the committee was notified that the Board approved the implementation of online evaluations for the Denver conference with a $500 appropriation toward the project. The Online Registration Team (ORT) is overseeing the creation of the online forms and final report structure. Step Schmitt has been the liaison between ORT and E&A.  

During this time of transition to online, paper evaluation forms will still be made available. In March, the committee created the print versions of the overall conference, pre-conferences, and poster session evaluations. These were then sent to the Program Planning Committee to include in the conference packets. The final versions of the evaluation forms were also forwarded to the ORT to be used as templates for the online forms. 

The committee chair was notified by Elizabeth Lowe (Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville) that due to other responsibilities she was resigning her committee membership. At this time she will not be replaced. 


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