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Anthology Training Schedule and Resources

Scheduled Trainings

(All sessions will be offered live and recorded. Past sessions will be posted here for viewing.)

2021

Co-Curricular Annual Program Review (APR)
9 a.m., Friday, May 7

Directors of co-curricular and student support programs will benefit from this session, and may want to invite others who will contribute to their units annual program review process or report. This session will cover the following:

  • Why APR is important and how it fits into existing processes
  • Important terminology related to the new APR process
  • The APR timeline and process
  • How to navigate the self-study template in Anthology Compliance Assist, and where to find CAS and local resources

Co-Curricular Annual Program Review (APR)

Academic Annual Program Review (APR)
10 a.m., Friday, May 7

Department chairs will benefit from this session, and may want to invite others from their department who will contribute to department's annual program review process or report. This session will cover the following:

  • Why APR is important and how it fits into existing processes
  • A comparison of APR and EPR processes
  • The APR timeline and process
  • How to login, build, and edit the APR template in Anthology Planning
  • How learning outcomes assessment reporting fits into the APR process
  • How to use and interpret the data in your APR dashboard

Academic Annual Program Review (APR)

Introduction to Faculty Led Assessment
11 a.m., Friday, May 7 

All faculty will benefit from this session. This session will cover the following:

  • What is faculty led assessment at U of I
  • The faculty led assessment timeline and process
  • How to prioritize which course to assess each semester in contribution to general education or program-level assessment
  • How to login, build and submit assessment data using Anthology Rubrics

Faculty Led Assessment

2020

Anthology Overview for High-Level Stakeholders
Recorded on Oct. 28, 2020, 1 - 2 p.m.

University of Idaho- Anthology Overview

CAS Program Review for Student Support and Co-Curricular Programs
Nov. 16, 11 a.m. to noon

Description:
This session will cover the CAS standards template in Compliance Assist, used by student affairs, student support programs, and co-curricular programs for the purpose of program review.

UIdaho CAS PR training presentation slides

University of Idaho - CAS Program Review

Rubrics: Train-the-Trainer Session
Nov. 18, 10 - 11 a.m.

Description:
This session is geared at staff who support faculty using Blackboard, so they can better assist faculty with the Anthology and Blackboard integration.

Outcomes: Navigating the learning outcomes data collection tools
Nov. 30, Noon to 1 p.m.

Description:
This session will provide faculty with the basic navigation of the Outcomes product, to support data collection of learning outcomes assessment.

UIdaho Introduction to Outcomes presentation slides

Outcomes-Navigating the Learning Outcomes Data Collection Tools

Rubrics for Faculty
Dec. 1, Noon to 1 p.m.

Description:
This session will guide faculty on how to use the Rubrics tool to assess student work, either using the Blackboard integration feature, or as a standalone assessment tool. This session builds on the Outcomes session offered Nov. 30.

UIdaho Rubrics presentation slides

Planning: Annual Program Review for Academic Programs
Dec. 8, Noon to 1 p.m.

Description:
This session will prepare department chairs and/or administrators to navigate the new annual program review platform, using Anthology Planning.

UIdaho Academic Annual Program Review presentation slides

Introduction to Insight

This session will cover how we can leverage Insight to answer questions program’s might have. Insight is a powerful analytics tool that brings together student and faculty demographic data from Banner, and data collected in our other Anthology products. Attendees will learn the types of questions and outcomes the system can provide insight (or answers) to. 

Intro to Course Evaluations for Faculty  

Intro to Course Evaluations for Faculty

If you are having trouble connecting to the session with the provided link, please email sara@uidaho.edu to have a link sent directly to you.

Physical Address:
Associate Director
Assessment and Accreditation
Admin, Room 325
Moscow, ID 83844-3163

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3163
Moscow, ID 83844-3163

Phone: 208-885-5962

Email: assessment@uidaho.edu

Web: Assessment and Accreditation

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