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Uses of Program Assessment Results: Best Examples from UH Mānoa

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Title:Uses of Program Assessment Results: Best Examples from UH Mānoa
Authors:Hill, Yao Zhang
Keywords:using assessment results
learning outcomes assessment
assessment for learning
Date Issued:Oct 2016
Publisher:University of Hawaii at Manoa Assessment Office
Citation:Hill, Y. Z. (2016, October). Uses of program assessment results: Best examples from UH Mānoa [Workshop PowerPoint slides and handouts]. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawai’i at Mānoa Assessment Office.
Description:What are the possible ways to use program learning assessment results? How can programs make programmatic changes that are feasible and meaningful? What kind of interventions have programs used to improve written communication, oral communication, and information literacy? Come and learn from the best examples at the UH Manoa campus and leave with a plan to use learning assessment for program improvement. Using presentation and interactive activities, this workshop is designed for program assessment coordinators, department chairs, assessment and curriculum committee members, and interested faculty. Basic knowledge of learning assessment (e.g., program learning outcomes, curriculum map) is recommended.
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