Proposal Title

Using Survey Monkey as a Direct Assessment Tool

Proposal Abstract

Survey Monkey is an online survey construction site, typically used, as the name suggests, to conduct indirect assessment. In this presentation, I will discuss my use of survey monkey to create direct, embedded assessment of student learning. I will present rubrics I have designed for my classes and discuss how I have been able to pinpoint exact areas of student need and use that knowledge to inform my teaching. I will also discuss broadening the use of Survey Monkey to help with larger university assessment. During my time as chair of Georgia State University’s Undergraduate Assessment Committee, I used Survey Monkey to design rubrics for departmental assessment reports, and the data helped to improve the way our committee responded to departments while also giving departments a better understanding of what they could do to improve their assessments.

Location

Rooms 113 & 115

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Presentation (Open Access)

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Mar 26th, 5:00 PM Mar 26th, 6:00 PM

Using Survey Monkey as a Direct Assessment Tool

Rooms 113 & 115

Survey Monkey is an online survey construction site, typically used, as the name suggests, to conduct indirect assessment. In this presentation, I will discuss my use of survey monkey to create direct, embedded assessment of student learning. I will present rubrics I have designed for my classes and discuss how I have been able to pinpoint exact areas of student need and use that knowledge to inform my teaching. I will also discuss broadening the use of Survey Monkey to help with larger university assessment. During my time as chair of Georgia State University’s Undergraduate Assessment Committee, I used Survey Monkey to design rubrics for departmental assessment reports, and the data helped to improve the way our committee responded to departments while also giving departments a better understanding of what they could do to improve their assessments.