Campus‐Level Use of Evidence: Lessons from Excellence in Assessment Designees

In 2016, an initiative jointly sponsored by the Voluntary System of Accountability, the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U), and the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA) called the Excellence in Assessment (EIA) designation, was awarded to ten institutions: Cameron University; Capella University; the Community College of Baltimore County (Sustained Excellence— demonstrating strong leadership and commitment to a culture of evidence‐based decision making centered on the use of campus‐level assessment results. Sustained Excellence acknowledges institutions that have maintained a solid foundation and track record of integration of assessment data from across campus and used assessment results to guide campus programs and curriculum for a period of five or more years.); Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis (Sustained Excellence); Kansas State University (Sustained Excellence); Mills College; Mount St. Joseph University; the Rose‐Hulman Institute of Technology (Sustained Excellence); the University of Wisconsin–Madison; and Zayed University. Five institutions─James Madison University (Sustained Excellence); Bowling Green State University; the Middlesex Community College; Rio Salado College; and Southern Connecticut State University joined in 2017 as EIA designees.


Publication Date:
Feb 20 2018
Date Submitted:
Jul 11 2019
ISSN:
1041-6099
Citation:
Assessment Update




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