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National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment

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Assessment 101: The Basics of Writing Learning Outcomes

Target Audience: Faculty and staff newly charged with writing Student Learning Outcomes.

Learning Objective:  The ability to write high quality learning outcomes.

Assessment 101: Picking the Perfect Assessment Method

Target Audience: Faculty and staff newly charged with assessing student learning.

Learning Objective:  An understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of different assessment methods.

Assessment 101: The ABCs of Survey Design

Target Audience: Faculty and staff newly charged with developing a survey.

Learning Objective:  The ability to construct a useful survey.

Assessment 101:  So You Want to Develop a Rubric

Target Audience: Faculty and staff newly charged with developing analytic rubrics for a Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Plan and Report.

Learning Objective:  An understanding of the purpose of an analytic rubric and the ability to create one.

Assessing Student Learning with Rubrics

Target Audience: Faculty and staff newly charged with using analytic rubrics for a Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Plan and Report.

Learning Objective:  An understanding of the purpose of an analytic rubric and the ability to use one.

Closing the Loop

Target Audience:  Faculty and staff involved with the review and interpretation of program-level student learning outcomes assessment data.

Learning Objective:  An understanding of how to use assessment data in conjunction with analytic rubrics and curriculum maps to identify changes needed to improve student learning.

Assessment 101:  Sharing Your Data

Target Audience:  Faculty and staff involved with the review and interpretation of program-level student learning outcomes assessment data.

Learning Objective:  An understanding of how to share assessment data to support using the data to improve student learning.

Developing Curriculum Maps 

Target Audience: Faculty and staff newly charged with developing curriculum maps for educational programs offered by the colleges.

Learning Objective:  An understanding of the purpose of a curriculum map and the ability to create and use one.