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Assessment Forms & Resources

Assessment Forms & Guides

Templates & Forms

Curriculum Map Template
Pre-Scoring Template
Scoring Template
Annual Assessment Report Template

3-Year Assessment Plan Template
Rubric for Assessment of the Assessment
Naming Conventions for Assessment Files

Divisional Learning Outcomes

Institutional Learning Outcomes
Graduate Learning Outcomes
Student Affairs Learning Outcomes


Annual Program Assessment Planning- a guide for chairs and directors
Syllabus Guidelines
Direct/Indirect Evidence  
Sample Sizes
Rubric for Assessment of the Assessment

Assessment Resources

LibGuide for Assessment 
University of Hawaii, Manoa: "How To" resources for assessment
Value Rubrics (AACU)
Assessment Commons
National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment
Linda Suskie: A Common Sense Approach to Assessment & Accreditation
Emerging Dialogues in Assessment (AALHE)
Unpacking Relationships: Instruction and Student Outcomes

Assessment Workshop Resources

Assessment Workshop with Pat Thatcher ( February 1st, 2016)

Assessment Report Writing (video)

Assessment Workshops with Jillian Kinzie (November 17th and 18th, 2016)

Evaluating and Using Results  (PowerPoint | video)
Identifying Student Artifacts for Direct Assessment in Student Affairs/Academic Services/Co-curricular Programs   (PowerPoint | video)
Evaluating Indirect Evidence and How to Use It  (PowerPoint | video)
Alignment of ILOs to PLO to CLOs  (PowerPoint | video)

Assessment Workshop  with Alisha Green and Jonathan Latiano (November 30th, 2016)

 Developing Rubrics to Measure Learning  (PowerPoint)

Assessment Workshops with Peggy Maki, PhD (January 13th, 2017)  bio

Why Assessment Matters: The Big Picture  (PowerPoint | handouts | video)

Building on MICA's accomplishments in assessment to date, this keynote focuses, first, on why a shared internally driven commitment to this effort matters to the institution, to all who contribute to student learning, and to students themselves. Second, it identifies the design principles-transparency, coherence, and alignment-that underlie a shared commitment to assessing students' equitable progress toward achieving exit level high-quality ILOs and PLOs.

Diving into the Design Principles  (PowerPoint | handouts | video)

Based on the principles identified in the keynote, this workshop will engage participants in small and large group discussions about how those design principles can be applied, adapted, or refined in programs, courses and educational experiences. Please bring: program curriculum/activity maps and relevant syllabi and assignments (or other learning activities) that align to program outcomes, etc.

Assessment Archives