Transition to a Comprehensive Learner Record During the COVID-19 Crisis: A Success Story
February 12 at 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Lessons Learned Webinar Series: Presentations by MSCHE Member Institutions
As a holistic approach to learning, a comprehensive learner record (CLR) is a catalyst to connect classroom learning to the world beyond the campus. CLR is a portfolio providing a dynamic assessment of student learning across curricular and co-curricular experiences. CLR provides a “digital wallet” for learners to share competencies, skills, and expertise. CLR data can also be used to track learner success across a curriculum, provide targeted supports, and improve academic programs. Launching a CLR initiative takes time, teamwork, and targeted alignment of resources. This session will provide insight into how the University of Rochester School of Nursing is implementing CLR to provide rich evidence of academic achievement for students, employers, and institutions to communicate the value of education and inform continuous improvement.
Cost: This presentation is part of an on-going series where you get access to eight events for one price: $225 Institutional Member/ $325 Non-Member*
*If you register after the Lessons Learned Webinar Series has begun or unable to attend a webinar, you will be given access to the videos and any materials to webinars you miss. Registration fees are non-refundable.
Space is limited and registration will close when the event is full.
- Identify how CLR can be used as a holistic tool assessing competencies.
- Enhance students’ active engagement in learning across curricula.
- Identify lessons learned from the early stages of implementing a CLR