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Academic Affairs

Assessment of Student Learning

Wright State University strives to provide high-quality educational programs, learning environments, and support services. To ensure student learning in our general education core, academic programs, and co-curricular offerings, faculty and staff engage in ongoing assessment activities and use that information to improve student learning. The university follows best practices in assessment and uses the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA) Transparency Framework as its guide for making evidence of student learning readily accessible, useful, and meaningful to various audiences.

Steps involved in the Student assessment learning process refer to explanation below for each step

Student Learning Outcomes Statements

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 View student learning outcomes statements for the Wright State Core general education program, academic programs, and select co-curricular initiatives.

Assessment Plans

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View the overall model, templates, and timelines that are used for assessment of student learning in the Wright State Core general education program, academic programs, and select co-curricular initiatives.

Assessment Resources

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Access a variety of resources to support engagement in assessment.  

Apps to Report Annual Assessment Activities

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Access links to the Academic Program Assessment Report App and the Co-curricular Assessment Report App.

Evidence of Student Learning and Improvement Efforts

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View reports of assessment of student learning methods, findings, and improvement efforts for the Wright State Core general education program, academic programs, and select co-curricular initiatives.

Assessment Champions

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View the membership of the Faculty Senate Core Oversight Committee, the Assurance of Learning Committee, and other assessment leaders.

 

 

Source: National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment. (2011). Transparency Framework. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois and Indiana University, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA). Retrieved from: http://www.learningoutcomesassessment.org/TransparencyFramework.htm