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James Madison University has won several national awards for developing and using its homegrown assessments of student learning. Employing world-class test developers, Educational Testing Service has created externally developed assessments of student learning for more than 20 years. Many people in higher education would assume that the JMU and ETS approaches are incompatible. But in this webinar we will compare and contrast the two approaches and show that they are complementary. Both organizations will share best practice tips — for both accountability and improvement — that are applicable to all colleges.

As a webinar participant, you will learn:
  • Why your institution needs a unique assessment plan

  • The benefits of home grown and third party assessments

  • How to create a balanced solution for your school

This webinar will feature Javarro Russell, Ph.D., Senior Research Assessment Advisor for the Higher Education division at ETS, and Keston Fulcher, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Center for Assessment and Research Studies at James Madison University (JMU).

This webinar is sponsored by ETS and hosted by The Chronicle of Higher Education. All content presented during the event is provided by ETS.

Speakers
Javarro Russell, Ph.D., Senior Research Assessment Advisor, Global Education, Educational Testing Service
Javarro Russell
Javarro Russell, Ph.D., Senior Research Assessment Advisor, works in the Global Education division at Educational Testing Service (ETS). In his previous role, he guided operational psychometrics for several high-stakes and low-stakes testing programs. His focus has been on assisting institutions and organizations with interpreting and using assessment results. He now works with colleges and universities to understand and implement assessment solutions in practice.

 

Keston Fulcher, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Center for Assessment and Research Studies, James Madison University
Keston Fulcher

Keston Fulcher, Ph.D., is the Executive Director of the Center for Assessment and Research Studies at James Madison University (JMU). Previously, he led assessment and accreditation activities at Christopher Newport University and Eastern Shore Community College. In his current role, he oversees assessment of student learning at JMU, and teaches in the department of Graduate Psychology. Over the past 20 years JMU has received an unprecedented 10 national awards related to student learning assessment practice. His research focuses on structuring higher education to better demonstrate learning improvement.




Moderator
Mark Walston

Mark has moderated numerous webinars for The Chronicle of Higher Education, collaborating with a broad range of clients including Blackboard, University of Phoenix, SunGard, Walden University, Pearson Learning Solutions, and SmartThinking, among others.