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Assessment Plans at Other Colleges and Universities

 

Assessment Plans at Other Colleges and Universities

by Department or Interdisciplinary Program

The following examples of assessment plans at other universities and colleges are intended to be illustrative of the possibilities for assessments.  It is most important for faculty to design assessments that address the key questions that they have about their curricula.

  • What kinds of curricular decisions might be influenced by the assessment?
  • How will those decisions be made and by whom?
  • What are the key questions that we need to answer through the assessment?
  • What could provide us with the data that we need to answer those questions?

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