Discover how Chaffey College has integrated Canvas Outcomes and Digital Credentials to develop a robust framework to assess and track key competencies that are aligned with the college’s institutional learning outcomes (ILOs) and employer demands. Embedded outcomes within Canvas rubrics facilitate the evaluation of student learning, allowing instructors to assess skills such as critical thinking, innovation, and empathy. Presenters will provide a demo of Chaffey’s Canvas Outcomes/Credential Alignment Tool, along with the college’s latest innovation: tailored discipline-specific credentials that integrate a program’s learning outcomes with vital transferable skills.

Trelisa Glazatov (she/her) is the credentialing systems designer at Chaffey College, with more than 20 years’ experience in the education industry as a curriculum developer and technologist. During her career, she’s had the opportunity to consult with educational practitioners, colleges, and partners on data-informed design practices and creating equitable learning experiences through the use of skills-based curriculum. Dr. Glazatov holds a B.S. in Finance, M.Ed. in Instructional Technology, and Ph.D. in Computing Technology in Education.

Matthew Morin (he/him) helps lead work-based learning and digital credentialing as part of his role as Dean of Arts, Communication & Design (ACD) and Work Experience at Chaffey College. His areas of expertise, gained as a faculty member and administrator, include General Education reform, state policy development and implementation, learning outcomes assessment, process streamlining, and leveraging technology to accelerate change.

Laura Picklesimer (she/her) is a Professor of English at Chaffey College. She has served as the college’s SLO Facilitator and Outcomes & Assessment Tri-Chair since 2021. Laura holds a B.A. in English from UCLA and an MFA in Fiction from Cal State Long Beach.

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