The Longwood Assessment Conference has gone virtual in 2013 to meet diverse and busy schedules of participants and to expand conference attendance internally and externally. This is Longwood’s first virtual conference offered within Longwood.

Beginning academic year 2010-11, the Longwood Assessment Conference was established by the Office of Assessment and Institutional Research as an annual event to promote “Longwood best practice” in assessment and engage faculty and staff in the dialogue of building a “culture of evidence.”

The 2011 conference attended by 54 Longwood faculty and staff featured 12 sessions with presentations by 11 faculty members and three administrative and professional staff.

An expanded 2012 conference attended by 65 Longwood faculty and staff featured two keynote speakers, Dr. Terrell Rhodes, Vice President AAC&U and Dr. Joe DeFilippo, State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV). It included 12 sessions with presentations by 17 faculty members and administrative and professional staff, and a 4-member panel on “Lessons learned from SACS accreditation process.”

Longwood’s administration, faculty, and staff support the conference with their in-kind and monetary contributions as well as their time and expertise.

To begin your virtual conference experience, select the Program tab.  Links on the Program page will take you to each of the session abstracts, videos, and materials.