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Updated by Erika Yigzaw on Mar 15, 2018
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Why you should stop testing and start assessing

I still assess learning. I just do it in a way in which students often don’t realize that they are being assessed. For ongoing, formative assessment, I ask my students to design, discuss, build, create,

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Kansas State University

Data-collection methods for assessment purposes typically fall into two categories: direct and indirect. Both are important, but indirect evidence by itself is insufficient. Direct evidence is required. Ideally, a program collects both types.

University of Hawaii at Manoa : Assessment Create a Rubric

We support quality student learning and promote excellence in educational practices. We collaborate with the campus community to establish meaningful, manageable, and sustainable assessment. Our emphasis is on program- and institutional-level assessment.

European qualifications framework (EQF) | Cedefop

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Reliability and Validity of Graduate-Level Online Grading Rubrics | Online Learning Consortium, Inc

Creating an Institutional Culture that Embraces Accessibility and Supports Online Student Success  - By Kristen Betts, Director of Online and Blended Learning, Armstrong Atlantic State University. Kristen Betts will be presenting “From Compliance to Culture: Building an Effective Infrastructure to Support Accessibility and Online Student Success” on October 11, 2012.

NDSU: Office of Teaching and Learning [OTL]

Statement on Assessment of Student LearningDistance Education GuidelinesStatement on General Education
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Statement on Student Learning, Assessment, and Accreditation