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NEW MEXICO HIGHER EDUCATION ASSESSMENT ASSOCIATION


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The 2024 NMHEAR Conference will be held February 29 - March 1 in Albuquerque, NM! 

Authentic Assessment in the Age of Artificial Intelligence 

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Kevin Yee

Kevin Yee is the director of the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Central Florida. After earning his Ph.D. in German literature, he worked as a 9-month faculty member in various colleges until switching to educational development in 2004. In the classroom, kevin believes the science of learning provides a crucial foundation for instructors, influencing everything from course design and assessment structure, to classroom management and lesson planning. He is an avid believer in interactive teaching, and has crated a popular list of interactive techniques since 1992. More recently, he's been developing resources for faculty related to AI Fluency and how to use generative AI (such as ChatGPT) in the college classroom. His research interests within pedagogy are wide, and have included student motivation, study skills, and various emerging technologies for teaching. He is currently co-editing a book of case studies on the intersection of VR and ethics in the college classroom. 

Dr. Kevin Yee will be providing his Keynote address "Re-Thinking the Assessment Cycle in the Era of Generative AI" during lunch at the NMHEAR Conference, as well as a pre-conference workshop on "Lessons from the Science of Memory for Assessment and Student Learning Outcomes". 

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Online registration is now closed for the 2024 conference. On-site registration will be available, but keynote luncheon is not included. 

NMHEAA Summer Retreat

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June 2-5, 2024
Ruidoso, NM

The 2024 NMHEAA Summer Retreat will be held Sunday, June 2, 2024 through Wednesday, June 5, 2024, in beautiful Ruidoso, New Mexico. Institutional teams or individuals will spend focused time working on defined and assessable projects and can expect to return to campus with clear approaches and preliminary action plans. Registration for the retreat will open in March of 2024.