Below you will find documents, templates, instructions, and links to help you understand and participate in institutional assessment. If you can't find something that would be helpful to you for assessment, please contact Anne Oxenreider, Director of Institutional Assessment and Accreditation, firstname.lastname@example.org or x4194.
Assessment Manual: The Assessment Manual is provide here as a PDF; however, a web version of the Manual is also located on this site.
Departmental Assessment Plan Summary Overview: An Excel spreadsheet used by departments as a checklist to determine if each aspect of the Assessment Summary Plan has been adequately addressed.
Budget Form: Used by departments to plan annual budget requests and tie those requests to the institution's mission
For Service and Support Areas
Assessment Plan Summary (APS) Part I: A fillable form for service and support areas to record goals and assessment tools for each year.
Assessment Plan Summary (APS) Part II: A fillable form for service and support areas to record the results and modifications related to the goals stated in Part I for that year.
For Educational Programs
Assessment Plan Summary (APS) Part I: A fillable form for educational programs to record student learning outcomes and assessment tools.
Assessment Plan Summary (APS) Part II: A fillable form for educational programs to record the results and modifications related to the student learning outcomes stated in Part I for that year.
The Syllabus Template provides a common format for course syllabi that ensures that key elements for assessment and student & academic services information are included in every course. For assessment purposes, it provides instructions for linking course student learning outcomes to program learning outcomes; for student services, it provides information such as disability services and the writing center. See MAT-115 syllabus example by Dale Gaddis.
Course-level SLO Spreadsheets: This Excel file provides a two spreadsheets: one for computing SLO results using a rubric (4-trait) and a second worksheet for computing SLOs using pass/fail criteria. This is a tool for instructors to compute SLO results for a particular course. It is not intended for institutional reporting.
PSLO Collector (link): Click the "PSLO Collector" link to the left to complete a form that collects course-level data for departmental use. This information cannot be retrieved by instructor name or section, but departments will receive reporting by course.