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Measuring Assessment Climate: A Developmental Perspective

Authors: John F. Stevenson, Elaine Finan, and Michele Martel This paper examines organizational readiness for the kind of learning-organization environment that features an institution-wide, ongoing, highly valued system for using student learning outcome data to improve educational outcomes...

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Using Peer Feedback for Assessment Capacity-building

The authors describe a university's system for providing a peer review of learning outcomes assessment reports. Noting several valuable uses for the system and its rubric-structured feedback, the authors go on to provide aggregate data they are using to guide more focused assessment capacity...

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A Cross-National Participatory Evaluation to Improve University Teaching and Learning

Poster presentation at AEA 2015. An ongoing evaluation of a teaching and learning intervention at a Chilean school of veterinary medicine. #2015Conference #AssessmentinHigherEducation #STEMEducationandTraining

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Stevenson & Finan AEA 2014 Demonstration: Assessing Graduate Program Learning Outcomes - Building Evaluation Capacity in an Inhospitable Environment

Authors: J.F. Stevenson & E. Finan, University of Rhode Island. The impetus for demonstrating that higher education institutions can deliver on the promise of producing educated graduates has been primarily focused at the undergraduate (baccalaureate) level. However, regional accrediting...

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AEA 2014 - Evaluability Assessment: Understanding the Practicality and Utilility of an Evaluation

Evaluability assessment is about exploration and discovery. It is an important tool that actively engages key stakeholders in answering the question of whether a program is ready for meaningful, useful evaluation. #AssessmentinHigherEducation #2014Conference #InternationalandCross...

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Why Should I Fill this Out? Strategies for Increasing Response Rates In End-of-course Evaluations

PowerPoint presentation in the Higher Education Evaluation and Assessment track for the Eval 2014 conference. The presentation describes a recent study of teaching faculty about the strategies used to increase response rates on end-of-course evaluations. Study methodology, results and...

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Eval14: Activities to Promote Use of Results in Higher Education

[Roundtable handout] In higher education, regional accreditors require that institutions demonstrate use of learning outcomes assessment results for program improvement. However, faculty and administrators do not always use results. At this roundtable, I will describe several activities I’ve...

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Integrating Systems Thinking through a Technology-based PMS for a Consoritum TAACCCT Grant

As a recipient of funding from the DOLETA TAACCCT Grants Program, Washburn University, the lead institution of the TRAC‐7 Consortium, compiles data from the seven industry‐specific programs and submits quarterly and annual reports as one entity. TAACCCT Grants include numerous and comprehensive...

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Aaron Tesch's notes for AEA 2014 powerpoint

Aaron Tesch's notes for AEA 2014 powerpoint #AssessmentinHigherEducation #ppt

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