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Tuesday, October 10 • 10:15am - 11:00am
Demonstrating the Impact of Community Engagement: Realistic and Doable Strategies for Success (45 mins)

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Most campuses are eager to answer questions like “How are students, faculty, and staff on campus working to address civic issues and public problems?”, “To what extent is our engagement making a difference?”, “How can we better support community engagement?” Discover how to track, monitor, assess, and evaluate community-engaged activities, which include curricular, co-curricular, or project-based activities that are done in partnership with the community, in order to tell a more comprehensive story of engagement. Whether you’re interested in community outcomes, student outcomes, partnership assessment, or faculty/staff engagement, campuses confront an array of challenges when trying to combine and align these questions into a comprehensive assessment plan. This session will give participants tools, strategies, and information to design, initiate and/or enhance a systematic mechanism for monitoring and assessment of community-engaged activities.

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Keyne

Lisa Keyne

Chief Strategy Officer, Collaboratory, Treetop Commons, LLC
I am happy to talk with you about Collaboratory, our software that can help you organize all community engagement and public service activities across your institution.
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Kristin Medlin

Assistant Director for Postsecondary Initiatives, Treetop Commons, LLC
Kristin Medlin is the Assistant Director for Postsecondary Initiatives at TreeTop Commons, LLC. She is a co-designer of the Collaboratory, a cloud-based software application for higher education that helps institutions monitor and measure their institutional community engagement... Read More →
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Kristin Norris

Director of Assessment, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)
Tracking, monitoring, evaluating, and assessing community engaged activities (e.g., community engaged research, teaching & learning, talent development, pipeline programs, outreach programs, events, technical training and assistance, student engagement) in order to tell a more ro... Read More →


Tuesday October 10, 2017 10:15am - 11:00am
Colorado H

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