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What is GOOD Assessment

In Spring 2017, the University Assessment Committee sponsored a series of six Brown-Bag sessions featuring colleagues from across campus who were asked to share their "GOOD Assessment." Links to the presentations can be found here.

Session 1
  • Katie Weichelt, Housing and Residence Life, presented on Program-Level Assessment.

  • Shannon Collins, Communication Sciences and Disorders, presented on LE Assessment in a capstone course that addresses S3 and I1.

Session 2
  • Steve Hill, Political Science, presented on LE Assessment in K2 including lab experiences.

  • Kim Pierson, Physics and Astronomy, presented on LE Assessment in K1 courses including lab experiences.

Session 3
  • Eric Torres, Education Studies, presented on LE Assessment with a focus on R1 and R2.

  • Laura Suppes, Watershed Institute, presented on LE Assessment with a focus on R1, K2 and R2 outcomes.

Session 4
  • Gretchen Peters, Music and Theatre Arts, presented on LE Assessment.

  • Kris Knutson, Communication and Journalism, presented on Program-Level Assessment.

Session 5
  • Diane Marcyjanik, Nursing, presented on LE Assessment.

  • Katherine Aho, English and Writing, will present on LE in the WRIT courses.

  • Heather Amthauer, Computer Science, will present on Program-Level Assessment.

Session 6
  • Paula Lentz, Business Communication, will present on LE Assessment and its integration into Program-Level Assessment

  • Sheryl Poirer, University Recreation, will present on Program-Level Assessment