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Finding the Way Through Curriculum

A Virtual Curriculum Mapping Workshop

Presented by:

Linda Suskie

Weave Knowledge Center Expert

Currently Full! Sign-up for the Waitlist.

Date: Tuesday, January 24th

Time: 2-4pm ET/11am-12pm PT

Enrollment Information:

To maximize interactions, seating is limited to 15 participants.


  • $225
  • $175: Weave Members

Who Should Attend?

  • Assessment Leaders
  • Program Leaders


  • Beginner
  • Intermediate


If you’re not teaching it, there’s not much point in assessing it! Learn why curriculum maps are increasingly considered essential to successful assessment and, even more importantly, to successful student learning. We’ll review some fundamental principles for creating meaningful learning experiences and curricula. We’ll then practice some of the steps in creating and analyzing curriculum maps for courses, programs, and general education curricula. 

Participant Outcomes:

At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Explain why curriculum maps are a good idea.
  • Articulate the characteristics of great learning experiences and a great curriculum.
  • Create course and program curriculum maps.
  • Analyze a program or general education curriculum map.

About the Instructor:

Linda Suskie

Author, Speaker, Consultant

Weave Knowledge Center Expert

Linda Suskie is an internationally recognized consultant, writer, speaker, and educator on a broad variety of higher education assessment and accreditation topics. Her books include Assessing Student Learning: A Common Sense Guide, one of the best-selling books on assessment in higher education, and Five Dimensions of Quality: A Common Sense Guide to Accreditation and Accountability. Linda worked seven years as a vice president at the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Her higher education experience includes work in assessment, institutional research, strategic planning, and quality management. Linda has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in assessment, educational research methods, writing, statistics, and developmental mathematics. She holds a bachelor’s degree in quantitative studies from Johns Hopkins University and a master’s in educational measurement and statistics from the University of Iowa.