Assurance of Learning (AoL) processes and outcomes have been trusted by educational providers to measure student success for over three decades. Originally presented on May 14, 2019, this recorded webinar features discussion by AoL subject matter experts Barry Burgan, Deputy Dean at Bond University, and Arun Pereria, MIT-Sloan International Faculty Fellow and Professor of Practice at MIT’s Asia School of Business in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The discussion focuses on Curricula Management and the Assurance of Learning Standard (Standard 8) and its’ guidance for measuring and reporting AoL. Separate the facts from the fiction related to programmatic assurance of learning and AACSB. This recorded webinar addresses topics including learning objectives, goals, statistical representation and analysis, and best practices on reporting AoL-based curriculum changes.
- Interpret curricula management and assurance of learning application according to Standard 8.
- Identify opportunities for AoL-related progress at your institution.
Who Should Attend
This webinar recording is for business school faculty, department chairs, administrators, and those working on obtaining accreditation or maintaining accreditation at their school under the 2013 Standards.
- Fact or fiction: 7 common beliefs about AoL and whether they are true or false.
- Nine essential elements that demonstrate alignment to Standard 8.
- What the AACSB accreditation standards do not do.
"The intent of the standard is to improve on the delivery of your mission through continuous improvement, in this case around curriculum development. That's what you have to demonstrate."
––––Barry Burgan, Associate Dean (Development), Bond University Business
Access to this recorded webinar is via AACSB's Brightspace learning platform. You will have access to the recording for 30 days from the date of registration.
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