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1. North Carolina Community College learning outcomes assessment group.
NCCCLOAG is a grassroots organization serving as a support group and a resource for anyone involved in outcomes assessment.
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2. Gaston, P. L. & Gaff, J. G. 2009. Revising general education – and avoiding potholes: A guide for curricular change.
Strategies for curricular change in the reform of general education are as important as the substance of the change. Fifty pitfalls and common errors in the process of reform are enumerated in this practical guide essential for general education committees. Revising General Education provides practical advice for how to advance a successful general education reform process—including tips in the areas of task force objectives and procedures, concepts of general education, program planning, proposal approval, and program implementation. Ideal for general education reform committees and faculty senate curriculum committees.
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3. Mort, D. L. Mar/Apr2012. The third rail of assessment: Dangerous but powerful.
Abstract: The article explores the development of an assessment program by Lancaster Bible College & Graduate School (LBC). In order to create a consistent program, LBC reportedly focused on making enhancements on the institutional level and improvements on the unit level in addition to encouraging a culture of assessment. The institution also established the Office of Institutional Research & Assessment (OIRA) that will be responsible for accomplishing the core mission and goals of the LBC.
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4. Provezis, S. July 2011. Augustana College: An assessment review committee's role in engaging faculty.
Over the last six years, Augustana has been active in the area of assessing student learning and has become a leader in gaining faculty involvement. This involvement is due in part to the institutional type—which focuses on teaching and learning, the dynamic role of the Assessment Review Committee, and the communication strategies. This has allowed them to make several improvements on campus based on their assessment activities.
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