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American Associate for Colleges and Universities
March 1-3, 2007
How can embedded assessment of general education courses provide feedback about student learning and enhance course development? Session facilitators will describe an assessment model that uses a matrix of four domains to provide feedback about the effectiveness of general education in advancing key learning outcomes. Participants who are developing assessment plans for general education or who are considering approaches for assessing interdisciplinary programs will find this model useful for conceptualizing and assessing curricula.
Jane S. Halonen, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
Claudia J. Stanny, Director, Center for University Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
Thomas B. Westcott , Assistant Dean, University Advising
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