Assessment Links

American Association for Higher Education (AAHE)

Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education

(Compiled in a study supported by the American Association for Higher Education, the Education Commission of the States, and The Johnson Foundation.)

Nine Principles of Good Practice for Assessing Student Learning

(These principles were developed under the auspices of the AAHE Assessment Forum with support from the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education with additional support for publication and dissemination from the Exxon Education Foundation.)



Tracdat Implementation

Nuventive (Tracdat Vender)

University of South Alabama

University of Texas at San Antonio

Ferris State University



Assessment Resources 

Texas A & M Annual Assessment Conference Website

(This is the website for the Annual Texas A&M Assessment Conference. Click "Past Conferences" for the handouts and PowerPoint presentations from the last few conferences.)

American Library Association Assessment Resources
 
(This is an article with a very useful set of assessment-related links. We have been given permission to list it by the Association of College and Research Libraries.)

Internet Resources for Higher Education Outcomes Assessment

(North Carolina State University has amassed a vast library of links dealing with accreditation and assessment and they have made this library available on their website)



National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)

From Bachelor's Degree to Work: Major Field of Study and Employment Outcomes of 1992-1993 Bachelor's Degree Recipients Who Did Not Enroll in Graduate Education by 1997

The analysis described in this report investigates the relationship between undergraduate major and early employment outcomes among 1992-93 college graduates who did not pursue graduate education within four years after earning their bachelor's degree (i.e., as of 1997). These college graduates represented 70 percent of all graduates, and most entered the labor market immediately after finishing their degree.



National Post-Secondary Education and Cooperative (NPEC)

NPEC Sourcebook on Assessment, Volume 1: Definitions and Assessment Methods for Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Writing

(A compendium of information about tests at the postsecondary education level used to assess three skills: critical thinking, problem solving, and writing. The Sourcebook is a tool for people who are seeking comparative data about the policy-relevance of student outcomes measured in these 3 skill areas.)

NPEC Sourcebook on Assessment, Volume 2: Selected Institutions Utilizing Assessment Results

(A series of case studies at postsecondary institutions that highlight the successful use of assessment data for external policy-related decision making purposes.)
 

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