Assessment Annual Reports
Annual assessment reports are required for departments that have student learning activities.
Annual reports must be completed and uploaded to the Taskstream system.
How To Complete Your Annual Report in Taskstream
- Go to Taskstream
- On the NDUS Sign In page, enter your NDUS.Identifier username and password (same as used for Blackboard and Campus Connection)
- Click Sign In
Please contact Dr. Tim Burrows if you have any trouble accessing the site.
Watch an instructional video on how to complete your annual review in Taskstream.
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Assessment Report Review Process
Each year, the University Assessment Committee reviews one-third of academic and support programs at UND. This process ensures that each program is reviewed at least once every three years by a team of peers. The assessment schedule can be found in the University Assessment Plan.
Each assessment report is assigned two reviewers from the University Assessment Committee, making sure that there are no conflicts of interest. Each reviewer scores the report using a rubric and gives a score of zero (No), One (qualified), or Two (Yes). A composite score of 1.5 or better is the desired score and means that a program is doing well with room for minor improvements. An overall score of one means that a program is meeting their assessment needs, but has room for considerable improvement. A score of less than one means that a program is not conducting acceptable assessment and is in need of a revised plan.
Once the team members review and score the plan and report, the scores are reviewed by the Director of Assessment and Accreditation and the Assessment Committee Chair/Co-Chairs. Once everyone is in agreement, the final score is voted to be accepted as final. The Department Chairs are then notified of their scores and any feedback that may have been provided.