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The North Carolina Association for Institutional Research was formed in January of 1973 with the ratification of the Constitution and Bylaws of the organization. The Association fulfills four main purposes:

  • to provide for the professional development of its members;
  • to provide for the dissemination of information and the interchange of ideas on problems of common interest to its members;
  • to contribute to the advancement of post-secondary education in its fullest and broadest implications; and
  • to foster a collegial spirit of unity and cooperation among persons having interest in and activities related to institutional research, planning, and assessment.

Membership is open to all interested parties.  Get your membership application today.

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2020 Summer Zoom-In

This year’s Summer Zoom-In (to the Drive-In) will be July 21, 2020 from 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM.

This virtual event is in lieu of our annual summer drive-in and will feature sessions from the NCAIR Conference originally scheduled in March.  For those of you who already paid your $25 membership fee as part of your conference registration, this event is FREE!  If you have not paid your annual membership fee for 2020 then don’t worry, you can still pay $25 and join us for a full day of exciting sessions! Please click here to make payment

Please register through the link below so we can send you the agenda and teleconference link.

Registration Form
Or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser.
https://appstate.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bkJloVQuCErsVMh

Summer Zoom-In Schedule:

PRESENTERS TIME SESSION TITLE
Christine Whitaker 8:30AM – 8:35AM Welcome
Laura Boyles 8:35AM – 9:20AM Beginner Steps and Tips to Keep Your Power BI Report on the Fairway
Nancy Whelchel 9:30AM – 10:15AM Birdie, Par, or Bogey? One Institution’s Approach to Assessing Senior Leadership Performance through Surveys
Michael Hadley 10:25AM –11:10AM IR Data Metrics for Evaluating Potential New Programs and the Effectiveness of Existing Programs Across Campus
Samantha Rich
Stephany Dunstan
Justin Post
Casie Fedukovich
11:20AM -12:05PM General Education Champions: A Model for Developing Faculty Engagement in General Education Assessment
Lunch 12:05PM – 1:00PM Lunch
Carolyn Mata 1:00 PM – 1:45 PM 8.1 from Scratch: Peers and Metrics Using Ad Hoc Committees
Jeanette Barker
Tia Doxey
1:55PM – 2:40PM Keep your eye on the ball: Using Equity-Focused Data Strategies to Impact Student Success
Chris Willis
Jakia Salam
2:50PM – 3:35PM Data vs. the Hunch: Letting Data Lead Innovation in Course Design
Eva Gifford
Bill Hall
Michael Hadley
Cathy Ziegler
3:45PM – 4:30PM Aiming for the Fairway: A Q&A Panel for those New to Institutional Research
Christine Whitaker 4:30PM – 4:45PM Farewell

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact NCAIR President Christine Whitaker at whitakerc@wssu.edu.