The fall 2016 Assessment Happens was held August 18 in the CTL. A record number of 61 faculty and administration signed in, with 57 filling out evaluations (also a record high). On a 5 point scale, the ratings were all in the 4 - 5 point range, with a high of 4.72 for the CATS of the Month Share Out and a low of 4.36 for the CATS Differentiated Workshop. Based on that and the responses to "What did you like most," it is clear that faculty most highly value learning from their peers (the "Down and Dirty Cooperative Learning Strategies" was second highest with a 4.58). Suggestions for improvement were strongest with regards to the Cats Workshop, and centered around either that there wasn't enough time, or having lunch during that time was highly distractive. Lessons learned: keep the CATS of the Month share out, use faculty peers for the assessment/pedagogy portion, repeat the SAAC Olympics game with more challenging questions, and have the workshop before lunch with a more dedicated focus. The survey results will be shared with SAAC members at the next meeting, with their suggestions to be added. See attached Analysis Report.