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Accountability in Assessment: Projections for Higher Education

By Julie Atwood Director of Assessment, American Public University System

The use of assessment in higher education dates back to the earliest learning experiences, but assessment today often refers to a means of evaluating student learning throughout a program or university. Since the 1980s, as a field it has developed to facilitate the self-evaluation of a program, achievement of the school’s mission, or to determine success for a particular area, such as writing.

Engaging Online Faculty & Administrators in the Assessment Process

Online educators providing a comprehensive overview of quality assurance, a snapshot of current practices and proven recommendations for raising standards of quality in online education.

By Dr. Jennifer Stephens Helm, Vice President and Dean of Institutional Research and Assessment, American Public University System

 

Foreword by Wally Boston:

The Quality Matters organization developed a very famous rubric for evaluating the quality of online courses, and online educators throughout higher education utilize this rubric.