Learning & Assessment

On this page is a selection of my favorite teaching, learning, and assessment resources for higher education. I keep adding to this page; if you have a good resource you think I should include, please share it in the Comments section below.

FIRST: PRINCIPLES & PROPOSITIONS

9 Principles of Good Practice for Assessing Student Learning – The American Association for Higher Education

Assessment 2020 – 7 propositions for assessment reform in higher education – Australian Learning & Teaching Council

Levels of Assessment: From the Student to the Institution — AAC&U

FAVORITE ASSESSMENT WEBSITES

Disciplinary Resources for Assessment – Wooster

Tools for Assessing Student Learning – LITRE Tool Kit

OpenEd Practices – Resources for Teaching & Learning

Valid Assessment of Learning in Undergraduate Education  (VALUE) — AAC&U

Internet Resources for Higher Education Assessment – NC State University

Transforming Assessment & Feedback – JISC – The Design Studio

Library Assessment – from Indiana State University

UNIVERSITY TEACHING, LEARNING, & ASSESSMENT PROGRAMS AND OFFICES

University of Hawaii at Manoa – Assessment Office

BYU Center for Teaching & Learning  and BYU Learning Outcomes for students

OLD TECHNOLOGIES WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD

The ASSESS listserve, University of Kentucky

PLACES I LIKE TO LEARN FROM

National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA)

ePortfolio California

The Association for Authentic, Experiential, and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL)

International Journal of ePortfolio

Faculty Focus

Alverno College Resources for Educators & Researchers

CONFERENCES

Texas A & M Assessment Conference

IUPUI Assessment Institute

FUN & RELEVANT

A Periodic Table of Visualization Methods

Peer Review of Teaching Project

GOOD, QUICK READING

Graphic Display of Student Learning Outcomes – by Billie Hara in The Chronicle of Higher Education (10.19.2010)

Are they students or are they learners? – by David Warlick

How To Crowdsource Grading – by Cathy Davidson

Reframing the Accountability Debate – by Linda Adler-Kassner and Susanmarie Harrington in Inside HigherEd (9.23.2009)

YOU SHOULD HAVE BEEN THERE -  CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Deliberative Assessment for Integrative, Reflective, and Lifewide Learning – Darren Cambridge

Assessing Ineffable Outcomes – Marcia Mentkowski

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