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Assessment of academic programs focuses on enhancing student learning through systematic, faculty-driven processes for measuring what students know and can do at the end of their programs and using results to improve the educational experience. The following video series is designed to help academic departments navigate the assessment planning and reporting process.

These videos are designed to be short, informative, and highly tailored to a single concept or topic. Each link below directs to a Youtube video narrated by the University Director of Assessment, Dr. Bryant Hutson and Dr. Marissa Stewart from the Center for Faculty Excellence. For more information, please contact

Video Links
Assessment Overview (Coming Soon)Assessment for Improvement (Coming Soon)
Why do we do this? (Overview)Assessment Plans and Reports (Overview, Coming Soon)
Assessment Plans and ExamplesAssessment Reports
Assessment Report ExamplesAssessment Report Requirements
Creating Student Learning OutcomesAssessment Methods (Coming Soon)
Direct and Indirect MeasuresExamples of Direct Measures
Examples of Indirect MeasuresUsing Rubrics