AOT Charlotte - October 10th
Univ. of North Carolina at Charlotte
Mini-Conferences for Assessment Pros
Tuesday, October 10
Popp Martin Student Union
Meeting Room 200
8837 Craver Rd, Charlotte, NC 28262
Join us in Charlotte to hear from leading assessment professionals from St. John's University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Nursing, and University of Arkansas for Medical Science College of Pharmacy. These ExamSoft clients will share assessment processes and best practices they use to better serve their students, faculty, and program as a whole. Light morning refreshments and a full lunch will be served. A chance for networking and discussion will be available after the presentations.
Coffee & Refreshments
ExamSoft Reporting Tools: Benefiting from Student Assessment Data
Using ExamSoft Codings to Identify Gaps and Strengths with the NCLEX-RN Test Plan
Using ExamSoft Feature to Help Students Figure Out What Went Wrong
Exam day has come and gone, but what about everything that comes after? Institutions may have different post-exam day protocols, but one commonality is the review of exam reports. Promoting consistency in your school can help faculty complete the grading process efficiently and also provide students with the valuable feedback they’re seeking. We’ll discuss the variety of reports offered by Examsoft, how to best utilize them and its practical applications.
Carla D. Hernandez is an Assessment Coordinator with the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at St. John’s University. As part of the College’s Office of Assessment, she supports all ongoing assessment efforts. Research interests focus on higher education assessment and analyses of student learning. As a Key Administrator, she manages all computer-based testing operations on behalf of the College. Carla also serves as an Examsoft Client Ambassador and Examsoft Community Champion.
St. John's University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Examsoft Reporting Tools: Benefiting from Student Assessment Data
Ensuring nursing students are successful on their licensure exams is a priority for all nursing education programs. The University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Nursing has used the NCLEX-RN Test Plan provided by NCSBN and mapped it by coding questions in ExamSoft into the Client Needs Categories and Integrated Processes. Mapping to Bloom's Taxonomy provides a pre-assessment of the level of difficulty for each exam, and analysis of the exam can be tracked over the course and the length of the program. A gap analysis can then be used to quickly identify areas of strengths and areas for improvement to ensure students are prepared for all areas of the licensure exam. This webinar will present the benefits of using ExamSoft coding to identify student preparation and curriculum needs, and how this process has assisted UTHSC College of Nursing in consistently obtaining a 100% NCLEX pass rate over the last several years.
Dr. Norris is a tenured professor and Associate Dean for Evaluation and Effectiveness providing leadership for accreditation processes and CON effectiveness and evaluation related to the missions of the college. Her program of research is focused on nursing education and she has extensive experience in the area of curriculum development and test construction.
Professor and Associate Dean of Evaluation & Effectiveness
University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Nursing
Tommie L. Norris, DNS, RN
Using ExamSoft Codings to Identify Gaps and Strengths with
the NCLEX-RN Test Plan
Often the learning process is thought to occur before exams but learning can also happen during and after exams when reviews are carefully designed. This session will explore the features ExamSoft offers to review exams along with a process for taking an "Exam Autopsy" on students performance. Using ExamSoft mapping and reporting features, students receive detailed feedback on their performance and performance an autopsy of their exams to figure out what went wrong and develop a plan for success before the next exam.
Ashley Castleberry is the Director of Assessment and Assistant Professor at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Pharmacy in Little Rock, Arkansas. As the key administrator for ExamSoft®, she uses ExamSoft to assess student learning and the curriculum as a whole.
Director of Assessment and Assistant Professor
University of Arkansas for Medical Science College of Pharmacy
Ashley Castleberry, PharmD, MEd
Exam Autopsy: Using ExamSoft Features to Help Students
Figure Out What Went Wrong
Complimentary parking for attendees is provided in the Union Deck adjacent to the Student Union
The Union is in the center of campus near corner of Craver Rd & Cameron Blvd. Room 200 is on the second level adjacent to the rotunda.
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