Career services professionals need to demonstrate the effect of their offerings on students to administrators, faculty, and parents. But how do you identify and measure career-related student learning outcomes (SLOs)?
Take part in this webinar to:
- Explore how to construct career development-oriented SLOs.
- Learn how to collect and analyze data to assess student learning.
- Develop a scale to measure SLOs.
- Articulate differences between SLOs and measures of impact or performance.
This is an applied webinar: You will be provided with worksheets to develop actionable SLOs and a basic SLO assessment plan; sample SLOs with assessment strategies; and references.
Cost: NACE members, $69; nonmembers, $119. Archive includes slides, handout, and audio recording.
Kevin Gaw, Ph.D., is the director of university career services at Georgia State University. Prior to Georgia State University, Gaw was the director of career development at the University of Nevada, Reno. He has provided career counseling, conducted program reviews, developed educational programs, taught courses, published, created useable assessment tools, conducted surveys, trained practitioners, and facilitated staff development workshops.
Gaw is a frequent presenter at national conferences. He has been a NACE member since 2001 and participates in national career events regularly.
Gaw earned his doctorate in counseling psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He holds a masters in education (school counseling emphasis) from San Jose State University and a bachelor’s degree from the University of California - Santa Cruz.