2022 Trends in Learning Assessment and Evaluation
3/30/2022 1:00 PM
3/30/2022 2:00 PM

About the Webinar

​​The nation’s colleges and universities are adapting to serve an ever more diverse student body with an education that promotes economic mobility and a robust democracy. Recognition of prior learning from non-college settings, such as apprenticeships, on-the-job training, military service, and even community service, is becoming a powerful tool to build bridges between higher education and a new generation of learners.

Validating, documenting, and sharing learning across contexts is both an old art and a new science. Thoughtful leaders in education and training must balance the diversity of ways people are learning with our ability to ensure an equal standard of quality for interconnected learning.​

On March 30, join ACE and experts and practitioners who are leading the way in assessment trends. We'll explore the characteristics of the modern learner, top trends in assessing learning across contexts, and how assessment models can be successfully adapted to better meet the future needs of learners.

  • Eva Baker, Distinguished Research Professor in the Divisions of Psychological Studies in Education and Social Research Methodology, UCLA​​ Graduate School of Education and Information Studies
  • Lisa McIntyre, Assistant Vice Provost for Student Success Innovations in the Office of the University Provost, Arizona State University
  • Brent Smith, R&D Principal, Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative, a Department of Defense (DoD) Program
  • Louis Soares, Chief Learning and Innovation Officer, ACE (Moderator)
  • Betty Vandenbosch, Chief Content Officer, Coursera
​About A​CE Learning Evaluations

Learning Evaluations seeks to improve the economic mobility of independent learners by connecting traditional and nontraditional educational experiences to meaningful degree and employment opportunities. ACE has been dedicated to lifelong learning for more than 100 years through research, alternative education resources, validated learning and evaluations, quality assurance, and thought leadership in the area of credit for prior learning.


This webinar took place on March 30, 2022. Watch a recording of the event at the link below. 

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