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The Culture, Ethics and Politics of Student Affairs Assessment

When attempting to understand this topic three important questions come to mind. What are best practices for developing a culture of evidence? How do you identify and explain related political issues to assessment practices? What are the ethical practices necessary to conduct assessment? In this webinar, we explore the necessary elements for creating a culture of evidence, share strategies for following institutional and divisional procedures and policies regarding ethical assessment, identify the political considerations of assessment, and outline strategies for conducting culturally responsive assessment for and with diverse populations.

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