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An Introduction to the CAS Approach to Quality Assurance in Educational Programs & Activities (2001)
This presentation looks at the CAS Principles and purpose, as of 2001, as well as self-assessment and self-regulation.
Applying CAS Standards to Create Fraternity and Sorority Advising Program Outcomes (2009)
Presented by: Daniel Bureau
This presentation discusses the use of CAS Standards and Guidelines for Fraternity and Sorority Advising Programs in the development of student learning outcomes.
Best Practices Using CAS (2009)
Presented by Robert A. Bonfiglio, Lisa Nagy, Jan Hillman, Doreen M. Tobin, Jan T. Childress, & Ralph Johnson
This presentation is a collection of best practices of using the CAS Standards & Guidelines at a number of institutions and in a number of division, department, and other settings.
Building a Culture of Assessment in Student Affairs (2016)
Presented by: Rich Keeling and Marybeth Drechsler Sharp
This presentation from NASPA 2016 identifies common challenges that student affairs leaders and educators face with assessment work and explores effective strategies for using CAS standards to support and inform a robust culture of assessment.
CAS Advising Standards Resources in the NACADA Clearinghouse
The CAS Standards are a pillar of academic advising, and NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising provides helpful and free resources for users in their online clearinghouse.
Do It Yourself CAS Assessment (2016)
Presented by: Tim Gordon, Martha Glass, Susan Sullivan, Jen Wells, and Jaime Williams
This presentation provides a step-by-step guide of how to use CAS standards for department review or assessing how a function is implemented across your division.
Reflections on the Outcomes & Assessment: Applying the CAS Process (2006)
Presented by: Susan R. Komives
Dr. Komives' closing keynote address at the National CAS Symposium in 2006. She remembers her early days at conferences, discusses the distinct aspects of the CAS approach, encourages quality-assurance, and promotes learning from the assessment process.
Stories from the Field (2009)
Presented by: Susan Martin, Tracy M. Lara, Douglas Franklin, & Bill Smedick
This presentation revolves around three of the authors' roles, challenges, and accomplishments at their institutions and how they connect to the CAS Standards and Guidelines.
The VCU Self Study Analysis & Report (2010)
Presented by: Timothy A. Reed
This presentation looks at VCU's analysis of their self-study and use of Blackboard in assessment.
Using Assessment to Improve the Quality of Education (2007)
Presented by: Jan Arminio
This presentation explores what assessment is as well as how it arises in various forms in higher education and can be enhanced by use of the CAS Standards & Guidelines. It also includes a number of basic tips for a successful self-assessment.
Using CAS for Program Review
This brief handout provides an overview of the CAS program review process and some key steps for users to follow.
Using CAS Standards to Navigate a New Chapter (2016)
Presented by: Noah Henry-Darwish, Kim Kruchen, Lindsey Templeton, and Marybeth Drechsler Sharp
This presentation provides useful information about how to use the CAS standards when navigating professional transitions, such as a new chapter as a graduate student or new professional in the field.
Using the CAS Review to Steer Strategic Planning (2014)
Ted Miller Award Winners from the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) - the THINK TANK at the University of Arizona - provide an overview of their CAS use for strategic planning purposes.
Using the CAS Standards for Continuous Improvement at Arkansas State University - Beebe (2013)
Presented by: Deb Garrett (NCSD)
An overview of using a CAS self-assessment process to improve your units.
Video: Using the CAS Standards, NACADA Core Values, and NACADA Concept of Academic Advising to Assess your Academic Advising Program (2009)
A webcast by Eric White and Charlie Nutt from NACADA, highlighting uses of CAS Standards to assess academic advising programs