The Office of Assessment of Teaching and Learning works with colleges and programs on assessment of student learning and continuous improvement of undergraduate academic programs.
The Office of Assessment of Teaching and Learning works with colleges and programs to:
Develop and implement useful, sustainable, effective assessment systems and interpret results.
Develop and deploy best practices in assessment to improve teaching and learning.
Design, manage and interpret web-based course evaluations and surveys.
The Office also:
Provides technical operations and support for WSU's assessment system (web-based course evaluations, surveys and rubrics, currently in Skylight Survey System).
Facilitates sharing assessment resources among the colleges and programs, including best practices in learning outcomes assessment, interpretation of student data, and faculty professional development.
Serves as the central unit to compile and synthesize undergraduate program assessment reports to contribute to WSU's regional accreditation requirements (Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities) and align with academic program review.
Assessment Goals for 2013, WSU-wide
Leadership from colleges and the provost's office identified Assessment Goals for 2013.
These goals were agreed upon by the Accreditation, Assessment, and Accountability committee, and the Liaison Council for Undergraduate Assessment.
Annual Reporting Deadline:
June 3rd, 2013
Based on widespread faculty feedback, the Liaison Council for Undergraduate Assessment and ATL has shifted the annual reporting deadline to June.
The 2013 deadline will be Monday, June 3rd. A program may make a special request to submit its report in summer – by August - if necessary.
For more information:
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