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Assessment Resources

Visual depiction of the NILOA Transparency Framework Assessment Resources Component.Assessment resources encompass information or training provided to faculty and staff to help them understand, develop, implement, communicate, and use evidence of student learning.

The table below shows a variety of resources to support WSU faculty and programs assessing WSU’s Seven Learning Goals, with links to contacts and materials.

Type of ResourceLed By / ContactDescription
UCORE CommitteeUCORE DirectorUCORE Committee includes its subcommittee for assessment. Both committees include faculty and key administrative professionals under the Provost’s area.
Office of Assessment for Curricular Effectiveness (ACE)Kimberly GreenAssists with planning and supporting general education assessment, analyzing data and reporting/preparing results for discussion. Manages UCORE assessment archives.

Provides good practice assessment resources which include:
Writing ProgramLisa Johnson-ShullThe Writing Program provides training and consults with faculty and programs to promote and assess student learning in written communication.
LibrariesCorey JohnsonWSU Libraries provides training and consults with faculty and programs to promote and assess student learning in information literacy.
Office of Institutional Research (IR)Fran Hermanson, Stephanie KaneProvides centrally collected data which contributes to assessment, including NSSE results, academic performance and persistence, retention and graduation rates, and student demographic information.
Faculty SenateSee websiteWSU EPPM section "Assessment of student learning"