Assessing Student Learning: Growing the Culture, Cultivating Buy-In, Improving QualitySocial Work Faculty Publications
Document TypeConference Poster
AbstractAll institutions face the common challenge of developing, conducting, and maintaining high quality, purposeful, and relevant student learning assessment processes and protocols. In 2012 Minnesota State University, Mankato created the University Assessment Coordinator position as a reassigned faculty line. This position initially focused on strengthening linkages between institutional, academic, and co-curricular/service program assessment needs through the development of training opportunities, program assessment of learning model development, reporting assistance, data interpretation, and information integration. This presentation highlights how the process and position was structured, challenges identified and addressed, and successes that emerged from the process.
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Citation InformationMackie, P.F.E. (2015). Assessing Student Learning: Growing the Culture, Cultivating Buy-In, Improving Quality. Higher Learning Commission Annual Conference. Chicago, IL. March 29 & 30, 2015.