Events

Beyond the Transcript

Capturing Learning Wherever It Occurs

Nov. 28 - 29, 2016

Day 1, Nov. 28, 2016

Introduction to New Comprehensive Student Record Models

With welcoming remarks by Danette Howard, chief strategy officer and senior vice president, Lumina Foundation.

  • Moderator: Mike Reilly, Executive Director, AACRAO
  • Demetrius Johnson, Dean of Students, Dillard University
  • Marva Craig, Vice President, Student Affairs, Borough of Manhattan Community College
  • Dan Kellogg, Registrar, University of Wisconsin Extension
  • Pam Bowers, Associate Vice President, University of South Carolina
  • Rodney Parks, Registrar, Elon University

Panel - Reactions on Creating Opportunities for Student Learning and Attainment

  • Moderator: Dominique Raymond, Strategy Director, Lumina Foundation
  • Dhanfu Elston, Vice President, Alliance State Relations, Complete College America 
  • Amelia Parnell, Vice President, Research and Policy, NASPA 
  • Tom Green, Associate Executive Director, AACRAO 
  • Steve Delvaux, Provost, Academic Affairs, Army University
  • Jon Mott, Chief Learning Officer, Learning Objects

Day 2, Nov. 29, 2016

Plenary Panel - Competency-Based Learning and The Role of Comprehensive Student Records

Introductory remarks: Framing the Future by Lumina Strategy Director Amber Garrison Duncan.

  • Moderator: Amber Garrison Duncan, Strategy Director, Lumina Foundation
  • Laurie Dodge, Associate Vice Provost, Brandman University
  • Michael Baston, Vice President, Student Affairs, LaGuardia Community College
  • Jeff King, Executive Director, Center for Excellence in Transformative Education, University of Central Oklahoma
  • Tomikia LeGrande, Vice President, Student Affairs, University of Houston Downtown
  • Joellen Shendy, Associate Vice Provost & Registrar, University of Maryland University College

Plenary Panel - Charting the Future

  • Moderator: Holly Zanville, Strategy Director, Lumina Foundation 
  • Steve Mintz, Executive Director, Institute for Transformational Learning, University of Texas System 
  • Tom Black, Associate Vice Provost for Student and Academic Services & University Registrar, Stanford University 
  • Sarah Linet, Policy Specialist, Great Schools Partnerships 
  • Bob Sheets, Research Professor, George Washington University 
  • Chris Jagers, CEO, Learning Machine 

About the comprehensive student record project

Learning occurs in many different ways and places, both day and night. The comprehensive student record project supported the innovative work of colleges and universities that tried new ways of verifying and documenting the diverse experiences of today’s learners that help them hone and develop knowledge, skills, and abilities. This convening will showcase the efforts of the participating institutions, what they learned, and what these results mean for capturing all learning, regardless of how and where it happens.

For more information on the CSR project, visit:
AACRAO – American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers


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