Gayle Spencer, PhD shares her first message as president to CAS users.
CAS President, Ralph Johnson, Ph.D., provides a statement on Women's History Month and looks forward to upcoming conferences.
CAS President, Dr. Ralph Johnson, shares a message for the new year alongside recent organizational news.
CAS President Gavin Henning introduces the Assessment for Social Justice Project and describes resources and tools for higher education professionals seeking to expand the impact of their assessment efforts.
CAS President Gavin Henning introduces 13 steps for building a learning organization. Where will you begin?
CAS President Gavin Henning identifies many benefits of becoming a learning organization. What can your unit, division, or institution gain from changing its mindset to orient on continuous learning?
CAS President Gavin Henning introduces a series of blog posts about learning organizations, challenging higher education professionals to consider how best to respond to the unpredictability of our environments.
CAS President Gavin Henning advocates for a reframing of the term assessment in order to dispel fears about the language and process. Call it what it is -- Learning! What will you learn this year about your students, your programs, your institution, and your practice?
CAS President Gavin Henning encourages us to "close the loop" on our assessment projects. Read about managing change as you put your assessment findings into action.
CAS President Gavin Henning learned about improvement science at a recent conference. Read his thoughts on how the Plan, Do, Study, Act cycle can help with your assessment-for-improvement efforts.
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