April 24, 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Track(s): 
Track 1: Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
Track 5: Accreditation and Student Success
Moderator: 
Susan Elrod
Interim Provost
California State University, Chico
Defining and Measuring High Impact Practices: A CSUF Case Study

High Impact Practices (HIPs) are an effective way to increase student performance and retention. However, how to identify HIPs and measure their impact remains a challenge. The office of institutional research and the office of assessment at CSUF collaborated to address this challenge by setting standards of identifying HIPs, and determining measurement expectations that are tied to their learning outcomes.

Su Swarat
Director of Assessment and Educational Effectiveness
California State University, Fullerton
Edward Sullivan
Assistant Vice President for Institutional Research and Analytical Studies
California State University, Fullerton
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Structuring General Education with High-Impact Practices

To facilitate a coherent, integrated, and learning-focused curriculum, CSU Bakersfield has developed a new General Education program structured by High-Impact Practices. This presentation will detail our journey, with particular emphasis on faculty engagement at each stage. Attendees will develop tools for creating this type of innovative program on their own campuses.

Debra Jackson
Associate Professor of Philosophy and General Education Faculty Assessment Coordinator
CSU Bakersfield
Paul Newberry
Professor of Philosophy and Faculty Director of General Education
CSU Bakersfield
Carl Kemnitz
Associate Vice President of Academic Programs
CSU Bakersfield
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