The shifting demographics of today’s learners and their experiences during the pandemic are redefining learning and assessment, leading to new conversations about the role that teachers and institutions play in students' lives.
Join hundreds of higher education faculty and teaching experts for a virtual event to learn assessment strategies that are inclusive, impactful, and practical.
Key questions that will be explored include:
What does authentic assessment look like in digital learning?
What are practical assessment strategies for STEM and Humanities?
How do we achieve inclusive design for non-traditional students?
Certificates of Attendance will be emailed to all participants.
Catch sessions from our previous assessment events
Assistant Dean of Online Education and Expanded Programs
Morehouse School of Medicine
Vice Chancellor of Strategy and Innovation
National University System
Clinical Associate Professor
University of Colorado-Denver
Professor of Ethnic Studies
Glendale Community College
U of Denver
University of Wisconsin Madison - Wisconsin Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation
Online Teaching & Learning Librarian
Sean Michael Morris
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Director of Education and Learning Experience Design
What faculty are saying about Course Hero events
“I just returned from the Course Hero Education Summit, and it was an educator’s dream. This conference, unlike many, encourages natural conversations and connections made with people you would normally not have the opportunity to meet."
“This was a world-class event with the best educators I have ever met. This cross-disciplinary summit of our nation’s best collegiate teaching minds informed, inspired, and affirmed our life’s work.”
Dr. Reilly White, Associate Professor of Finance, International, Technology, and Entrepreneurship University of New Mexico
“As a chemist, I didn’t think I had that much in common with accountants or economists, but it turns out that we can use some of the same strategies in the classroom to connect with students. It was a refreshing change of pace.”