Past Assessment Workshops: Videos & Resources
- Annual Fall Assessment Workshop 2017: Why Care About Accreditation? National Politics and the Future for Faculty, with Judith S. Eaton, President of the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (October 2017)
- Annual Fall Assessment Workshop 2016: How Assessment Can Enhance the University Experience Both for Students and for Faculty, with Richard J. Light, Carl H. Pforzheimer Professor of Education at Harvard University (October 2016)
- Using the Results of Assessment: Lessons from the Wabash Study with Charles Blaich & Kathy Wise (October 2015)
- Assessment Workshop with Barbara Walvoord (October 2014)
- Learning Outcomes Assessment in the Arts and Humanities (April 2014)
Assessment Teaching Talks
- Linking Program Goals with Evidence to Improve Outcomes Assessment (March 2014)
- Direct vs. Indirect Measures in Program Assessment (February 2014)
- Assessing Archived Artifacts in ePortfolio (February 2014)
Teaching with Student Portfolios
Overview of the Assessment Process
- 11.9.15 Overview of Assessment Teaching Talk PPT
- 3.19.15 CEIT Teaching Talk–Overview of Assessment, PowerPoint
- Walvoord–The Basic, No-Frills Departmental Assessment Plan
- BU Assessment Annual Report Template
Developing Learning Outcomes
Rubric Development for Assessment
- 2.26.15 CEIT Assessment Rubric Development PowerPoint
- 2.26.15 CEIT Assessment Holistic vs. Analytic Rubrics
- 2.26.15 CEIT Assessment Blank Rubric Template
Click here to view and download the AAC&U’s (Association of American Colleges & Universities) VALUE rubrics.
Linking Program Goals with Evidence to Improve Outcomes Assessment
Vice President for Enrollment & Student Affairs
In this hands-on workshop, Dr. Pohl will guide participants through the processes of determining the type of evidence appropriate for assessing their program learning goals, obtaining such evidence, and developing a plan for implementing a useful and ongoing assessment process. Please come prepared with your program goals and ideas for assessing these goals.
Direct vs. Indirect Measures in Program Assessment
Assistant Dean of Strategic Initiatives & Student Learning, SMG
Associate Dean of Academic Programs & Student Affairs, SMG
Measuring student learning is an essential step in the assessment process. In this session, we will explore how faculty can use both direct and indirect measure to assess student performance against program learning goals. Through the perspective of recent efforts at two institutions, we will explore how direct and indirect measurements can be identified, the role direct measurements play, and why there is value in using both.
Assessing Archived Artifacts in ePortfolio
Interim Dean of the College of General Studies
In this session, Dr. McKnight will discuss how the College of General Studies uses ePortfolios to assess the impact of their two-year program. She will provide an overview of the rubric CGS developed and the methods used by their assessment committee. She will also highlight a few student portfolios and show the quantitative data CGS has collected in the past two years.