Who Should Attend the National Institute?
The National Institute is appropriate for novices in the field of assessment of adult and experiential learning as well as those who have worked in the field for years. It is also a great place to network with others who share common interests and concerns.
Educators, administrators, educational officers, institutional teams and anyone who is interested in learning about and sharing perspectives on current practices and issues in the fields of learning assessment and experiential learning should attend. The National Institute covers topics of interest for professionals from community colleges to four-year colleges and universities, as well as for corporate, not-for-profit, and governmental professionals who want a better understanding of how adult and experiential learning can be assessed for college credit and other purposes.
If you are new to the field, you may be interested in attending the Pre-Conference workshop on June 7. Learn more about this special session.