Completing the Annual Assessment Submission in Planning & Self-Study
- Wednesday, June 14th - 10 am
- Tuesday, June 27th - 1 pm
- Monday, July 10th - 2 pm
- Tuesday, July 25th - 10 am
- Wednesday, August 9th - 9 am
- Thursday, June 15th - 11 am
- Tuesday, June 27th - 9 am
- Tuesday, July 11th - 10 am
- Wednesday, July 26th - 2 pm
Register for the above sessions by clicking on the link associated with each session. Additional training sessions will be added at a later date.
Assessment Office Hours
Stop in to engage in general discussions about assessment, help with developing your assessment plan, and ways to look for continuous improvement.
- Mondays from 1-3 p.m., Twamley 115; during the academic year.
- Summer Office Hours TBD
- Tuesdays from 11 a.m. -12 p.m., McCannel 190; during the academic year.
- Summer Office Hours TBD
Book a meeting with the Office of Assessment & Accreditation.
- Common Assessment Terminology
- Principles of Good Practice for Assessing Student Learning
- From the American Association of Higher Education, 9 principles of good practice related to assessing students
- Essential Guide to Assessment Strategy
- General information related to: Establishing Clear Outcomes (academic, operational and program), Curriculum Mapping, Measuring Outcomes, and making data-informed decisions to continually improve
- Grading vs. Assessment
- Writing Effective Outcomes
- A Brief Guide to Creating Learning Outcomes
- A basic brief overview to developing learning outcomes. A great resource if you are new to creating learning outcomes for your program or department
- What Are Learning Outcomes and What is their Purpose?
- An introduction to the assessment cycle and writing learning outcomes
- How to Write Learning Outcomes Worksheet
- Effective Assessment of Student Work
- Basic information related to developing outcomes and identifying measures
- Writing & Measuring Effective Learning Outcomes (Academic)
- Writing & Measuring Effective Outcomes (Non-Academic)
- Program Outcomes & Purpose
- An introduction to the assessment cycle and writing program outcomes
- Diversity Outcomes
Bloom's Taxonomy is a classification of the different objectives and skills that educators set for their students (learning objectives). Bloom's is hierarchian, meaning that learning at the higher levels is dependent on having attained prerequisite knowledge and skills at lower levels.
- Building Effective Rubrics
- Introduction to Rubric Design and Use
- Essential Studies VALUE Rubrics
- Rubrics! Rubrics! Rubrics!
- Developing Rubrics in Qualtrics
- Question Type: Matrix
- Matrix Type: Likert
- Format: Profile
Please see the UND Planning & Self Study website for instructions and tutorials on how to efficiently navigate that system.