EAC 2017 for Legal Educators

March 27, 2017 Christy Terry

It may be hard to believe, but EAC 2017 will be here before you know it! Time waits for no legal educator.

Perhaps you’re having a little trouble deciding whether you should attend the ExamSoft Assessment Conference this year? Allow us to help—ExamSoft’s third annual assessment conference will feature sessions geared toward law schools that are designed for you to return to your institution not just as a more informed legal academic, but as a valuable asset to help plan your program’s assessment process.

Get a glimpse of a few of the sessions we’ve scheduled to help legal educators return to their programs with a wealth of new knowledge to encourage and support learning improvement through innovative assessment techniques:

 

Assessment Developments in Legal Education
Prof. Larry Cunningham, Vice Dean and Professor of Legal Writing, St. John’s University School of Law

Using Rubrics to Improve Student Self-Assessment
Prof. April Dawson, Professor, North Carolina Central University School of Law

New Year, New Standards: Addressing the ABA’s Concerns about Attrition and Bar Passage
Prof. Tommy Sangchompuphen, Associate Dean for Student Learning and Assessment and Associate Professor, Lincoln Memorial University – Duncan School of Law


Check out information on other conference sessions that you and your fellow legal educators will find useful here. Also, purchase tickets for EAC 2017 while they're still available.

We’re elated for you to join us this June for an unmatched assessment training experience that will not only include the sessions mentioned above, but also a sneak peek at our new products, plus an opportunity to network with your assessment peers in the well renowned Mile High City.

See you soon!

 

 
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