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March 21, 2017

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April 13, 2017

May 4, 2017

May 11, 2017

May 23, 2017

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UT Dental

George Washington University

Nova Southeastern University

DePaul University

Western University


Boston, MA

Houston, TX

Washington, DC

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Chicago, IL

Los Angeles (Pomona), CA

AOT Boston - March 21, Harvard

Dr. Jennifer Mathews

Associate Professor,

St. John Fisher College

Wegmans School of Pharmacy

Evan Sanders

Associate Director of Curriculum Services,

Harvard Medical School



1.  Security Processes and Considerations for Computer-Based Assessments

2.  Applying the Peer Review Process to Development of Learning Assessments

AOT Houston - March 29, UT Dental

Dr. Richard Halpin

Manager, Educational Technology, University of Texas School of Dentistry at Houston


Sherri Graves

Clinical Instructor, University

of Arkansas School of Nursing

Dr. Shalizeh Patel

Director of Clinical Simulation, Associate Professor, University of Texas School of Dentistry at Houston

Dan Thompson

Manager of Instructional Design and Educational Technology, Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences


1.  Assessing Practicum: Using Computer-Based Testing Software for “Non-Standard” Exam Formats

2.  Using the NCLEX-RN Exam Blueprint as a Guide for Testing in a Baccalaureate Nursing Program

3.  Utilizing Assessment Data to Influence Curricular Decision-Making

AOT Washington - April 13, George Washington University


Dr. Veronica Michaelsen

Assistant Dean for Evaluation, George Washington University School of Medicine

Dr. Ainslie Nibert

Associate Dean and Associate Professor, Texas Woman’s University College of Nursing – Houston

Tim Noteboom, PT, PhD

Director of Blended Learning, Evidence in Motion


1.  Testing your test: Assessing the Quality of Test Items

2.  Promoting Student Success on the NCLEX-RN

3.  A Day in the Life of An Assessment-Centered Program

AOT South Florida - May 4, Nova Southeastern University


Dr. Aimee Strang

Assistant Dean of Curricular Assessment, Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Dr. Robert Casanova

Assistant Dean of Clinical Sciences Curriculum, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center


1.  How to Create Meaningful Rubrics for Student Assessment

2.  Leveraging Rubrics for End of Rotation OSCEs

AOT Chicago - May 11, DePaul University


Sarah McBrien

Curriculum & Assessment Program Manager, University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Medicine

Ashley Castleberry, PharmD, MAEd

Assistant Professor and Director of Assessment, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, College of Pharmacy

Eric Ermie

Executive Director of Sales for ExamSoft Worldwide, formally Program Manager for Evaluation and Assessment, Ohio State University College of Medicine


1.  Using Categories for Evidence-Based Program Evaluation

2.  "What's in it for me?" said the Student, Faculty, and Curriculum

3.  Psychometrics 101: Know What Your Assessment Data is Telling You

AOT LA - May 23, Western University


Patricia Camberos

Systems Operational Analyst

Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine

Jayzona Alberto

Academic Manager, Western University of Health Sciences College of Dental Medicine

Jorge Godinez

Academic Manager, Western University of Health Sciences College of Dental Medicine


1.  Should Students Study for Your Exam, or the Boards? A Novel Approach to Get the Answer

2. Transitioning from Paper to Electronic Clinical Grading

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