• Resources from ADP Meetings


    ADP National Meeting, San Antonio, Texas
    See details (Wiki) 


    ADP National Meeting, Orlando, Florida
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    ADP National Meeting, Providence, Rhode Island
    Presentations and Handouts 


    The New York Times Contest Submissions
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    Curricular and Cocurricular Civic Engagement Rubrics
    Download (.xls) 

    ADP National Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland
    Presentations and Handouts (Coming soon) 

    Stewardship of Public Lands Resources
    A wiki was created to collect resources faculty members have created as they explore issues surrounding the Stewardship of Public Lands with their students.




    Promise and Challenge of Democracy
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    Philadelphia June 2007 Post-Meeting Resources
    Developing Informed and Engaged Citizens: The Imperative for Higher Education  


    George Mehaffy ADP Radio Interviews (mp3)
    AUDIO one (8 MB)
    AUDIO two (7 MB)
    AUDIO three (8 MB)
    AUDIO four (6 MB)
    AUDIO five (9 MB)

    Concurrent Sessions and Workshops (ppt)
    Brown: Presentation on International Service Learning

    LaBare: Discover Indianapolis -Integrating Civic Education into the Curriculum Through First-Year Seminars

    Kulishek: Extending Civic Engagement Across the College Curriculum

    Ngoh: Service Learning in Pharmacy Education: A Look at Health, its Determinants, and Medication Use
    Mecl:Democracy Begins at Home and Abroad: Voter Registration Tools for Students Studying Abroad

    News at noon (pdf)




    William Harvey, the Vice President and Chief Officer for Diversity and Equity at the University of Virginia, presents a thought provoking comparison of the rate of change of diversity and the rate of change in the adoption of technology in American higher education. He urges institutions to begin holding staff and faculty accountable for the diversity profile of the curriculum, student body and the faculty.
    Powerpoint: The Impact of Technology and Diversity (136kb)

    Lee Shulman, the President of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, speaks about the coming federal mandate for higher education accountability as an opportunity that should be grabbled and run with. He addresses the idea that we must build a culture of evidence and then monitor the work of the institution against multiple outcome measures or risk having governmental policy makers imposes simplistic measures on us.

    Roger Benjamin is president of the Council for Aid to Education (N.Y.) and a senior research analyst at RAND. His Council has developed the Collegiate Learning Assessment as a non-high stakes approach to understanding what value institutions add to student learning and who those results can help institutions guide critical reallocation decision. While acknowledging the limitations of existing accountability measures he argues that we can measure some important things perfectly well and that there needs to be a rebalancing of content with higher order skill in the curriculum.

    A panel consisting of Michael F. Middaugh, Assistant Vice President for Institutional Research and Planning, University of Delaware, Elizabeth H. Sibolski, Senior Executive Associate Director, Middle States Commission on Higher Education, Jillian L. Kinzie, Associate Director, National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) Institute, Center for Postsecondary Research, Indiana University and Kichoon Yang, Provost, Northwest Missouri State University.

    Jillian Kinzie provides A National Perspective (Powerpoint 1.7 mb) on how we should be using data. Elizabeth Sibolski – outlines the interest of accreditation agencies in the use and understanding of data. Michael Middaugh speaks to what chief academic officers should expect of their institutional research office and Kichoon Yang addresses how to keep track and make use of data by creating an Academic Dashboard (Powerpoint 132kb) including indicators for institutional leaders based on Microsoft Excel and Access.