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Learning Outcomes Assessment Resource Room

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Supportive faculty members are crucial to the success of any learning outcomes program, so it’s important to engage them early on in outcomes development and assessment projects. The following resources share best practices for engaging faculty members and fostering an institutional culture of collaboration in assessment.​

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​​​A strategy for sustainable outcomes assessment across a mechanical engineering curriculum that maximizes faculty engagementA strategy for sustainable outcomes assessment across a mechanical engineering curriculum that maximizes faculty engagement
Sriram Sundararajan 
The development and successful implementation of assessment processes for a large class — over 1300 students and 30+ faculty members. ​
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A Ten-Step Process for Creating Outcomes Assessment Measures for an Undergraduate Management Program: A Faculty-Driven ProcessA Ten-Step Process for Creating Outcomes Assessment Measures for an Undergraduate Management Program: A Faculty-Driven Process
Shani D. Carter
Rhode Island College's faculty-wide learning outcomes initiative. 
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Closing the Assessment Loop​Closing the Assessment Loop
Trudy W. Banta and Charles Blaich
How faculty engagement in assessment can bring about change to improve learning. ​
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Developing a Culture of Learning Outcomes Assessment: Lessons Learned and Challenges Ahead​Developing a Culture of Learning Outcomes Assessment: Lessons Learned and Challenges Ahead
Maureen Mancuso and Serge Desmarais
University of Guelph on fostering a culture of critical thinking, literacy, global understanding, communication and professional/ethical behaviour. 
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Engage Faculty in Outcomes Assessment to Improve Student LearningEngage Faculty in Outcomes Assessment to Improve Student Learning
Yan Zhang Cooksey and Datta Kaur Khalsa
University of Maryland University College's presentation on their best practices for engaging faculty. 
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Engaging Faculty: On the ground and across the pondEngaging Faculty: On the ground and across the pond
Elizabeth Hane and Anne Wahl
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)'s Faculty Engagement Model focuses on faculty teams, sharing information and developing resources.
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Opening Doors to Faculty Involvement in Assessment
Pat Hutchings
Six ways to integrate the purposes of assessment and the regular work of faculty. ​
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Preparing Future Faculty to Assess Student LearningPreparing Future Faculty to Assess Student Learning
Council of Graduate Schools
Explore how to enhance and expand professional development programs that provide faculty with the skills to assess student learning.​
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Texas A&M International University: A Culture of Assessment INTEGRATEdTexas A&M International University: A Culture of Assessment INTEGRATEd
Gianina R. Baker
NILOA case study on Texas A&M International University's innovative approach to assessment and influential role in professional development. 
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