Resources and Rubrics

Daemen College Assessment Bites Workshop Handouts

AB #1 Classroom Assessment Techniques
A Half Dozen CATs to Go
Another Half Dozen CATs

AB #2 “Just Do It” Assessment- A Five Step Plan for Busy Faculty

AB #3 Rubrics 101: Defining Criteria for Quality
Rubrics Handout

Assessment Rubrics

AAC&U VALUE (Valid Assessment of Undergraduate Education) Rubrics

VALUE Rubrics on AAC&U Website:    http://www.aacu.org/value/index.cfm

VALUE Rubrics on Daemen Website: http://my.daemen.edu/portfolio/rubrics/  (log in to myDaemen)

Links to More Assessment Resources

National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment  www.learningoutcomesassessment.org

New Leadership Alliance for Student Learning and Accountability  www.newleadershipalliance.org 

ANNY: The Assessment Network of New York  http://www.oneonta.edu/anny/

 Internet Resources for Higher Education Outcomes Assessment

The North Carolina State University Office of University Planning and Analysis. NC State provides alphabetized links to everything related to assessment in higher education, organized by technique, by discipline, by institution, and more. http://www2.acs.ncsu.edu/UPA/assmt/resource.htm

A Blueprint for Campus Accountability: Lessons from the Pace University Experience 

This case study describes an institution-wide approach to self-assessment in academic and administrative departments at Pace University in New York. Self-assessment was built into Pace’s 2003 strategic plan and multiple indicators were used to track progress on the goals of that plan. This case study includes information on Pace’s use of National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) and the Collegiate Learning Assessment (CLA), locally developed tests, assessment of Pace’s Core Curriculum and academic departments, faculty teaching portfolios, and more. In addition, the case study includes examples of financial indicators used to track “means to the end of learning.”

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In Daemen, I took ESL classes to improve my English. I worked at Canavan Desk and made a lot of friends over there. I participated in a Business dinner with my professors. I was invited to join a family party by my professors. During the weekends, I often take the school shuttle to the shopping mall. These experiences helped me to ease into the American-style of study, life, and business.