Webinars

NSSE, FSSE, and BCSSE Webinars

We are pleased to continue our series of live, interactive webinars for faculty, administrators, institutional researchers, and student affairs professionals who want to better use and understand their NSSE, FSSE, and BCSSE data.

Webinars are delivered directly to your desktop or to a computer in a videoconferencing room for group viewing. Most sessions are one hour in length, including time for a question-and-answer period. You may view recent webinars on the NSSE channel. All past webinars are available at IU Scholarworks.

All webinars are free but advance registration is required. We will send an email invitation to targeted audiences two weeks in advance of each webinar with a link to the registration form.

We encourage institutions to send us suggestions for future webinar topics. Please send your suggestions to Jillian Kinzie, Associate Director, NSSE Institute.

Upcoming Webinars

Highlighting NSSE 2021: New Offerings in a Year Like No Other
Presenters: Alexander C. McCormick, Jillian Kinzie and Jennifer Brooks
September 30, 2:00 – 2:30 pm Eastern

Sign up for September 30, 2 pm (eastern) Webinar

Amid unprecedented shifts in undergraduate education, how can colleges and universities maintain continuity in their assessment efforts while taking into consideration today’s changed circumstances? With this question in mind, we invite you to learn more about how NSSE is responding, including new survey items related to the quality of online learning and the pandemics impact on students, as well as how NSSE can inform issues of diversity and inclusion. This 30-minute webinar will deliver a quick overview of NSSE 2021 highlights, changes in administration schedules and recruitment, and then we’ll dive into your questions.


Check out the archived recordings in the list below.  Send suggestions for webinar topics to Jillian Kinzie,  jikinzie@indiana.edu

NSSE 2020 participating institutions are encouraged to view the 3-part mini-series recordings: Your Institutional Report 2020: Step-by-Step; Beyond the Institutional Report: A Guide to your NSSE Data File; and wrapping up with Real Data Talk: NSSE 2020 Institutions’ Plans to Analyze and Use Their Results. These three webinars will help you make the most out of your NSSE 2020 reports and data.

 

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