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Division of Academic Engagement and Student Achievement UCORE Assessment

2019 Biennial UCORE Assessment Summary of Student Achievement Available

The 2019 Biennial UCORE Assessment Summary of Student Achievement is now available to WSU faculty, leadership, and other stakeholders. This report is intended to summarize results of UCORE-related student learning assessment on WSU’s Seven Learning Goals of Undergraduate Education, using data collected in AY 2017-18 and AY 2018-19. » More …

Assessing Student Learning at the Foundational Level: AY 2018-19 English 101 [WRTG] Holistic Skills Assessment

As reported in the AY 2018-19 English 101 Holistic Skills Assessment Project Summary of Key Evidence for UCORE, assessment results indicated that 81% of students exceeded or met expectations for written communication at a first-year undergraduate level at the end of their English 101 [WRTG] course. » More …

Embedded Assessment Results Influence Teaching and Build Shared Expectations of Student Achievement in English 101 [WRTG]

WSU’s Pullman English Composition Program has used English 101 (College Composition) assessment results to guide professional development for instructors and to start conversations across campuses to increase the shared understanding of instructors about the learning outcomes and expectations for student achievement. » More …

Student Learning at the Foundational Level: AY 2017-18 English 101 [WRTG] Pilot Holistic Skills Assessment

Last academic year, 24 English 101 instructors participated in a pilot Holistic Skills Assessment Project to gauge student learning on written communication (a sub-goal of the Communication learning goal) for UCORE, as well as provide English 101 faculty with information for program development. As reported in the AY 2017-18 English 101 Holistic Skills Assessment Summary of Key Evidence for UCORE, pilot assessment results indicated that 81% of students exceeded or met expectations for written communication at a first-year undergraduate level at the end of their English 101 [WRTG] course. » More …

Research Services Librarians Conduct and Use Information Literacy Assessment

Information Literacy, one of WSU’s Seven Learning Goals of Undergraduate Education, refers to effectively identifying, locating, evaluating, using responsibly and sharing information for the problem at hand. The nearly thirty WSU research/public services librarians, across all campuses (including fully online WSU Global), provide library instruction to faculty, students, and staff. Subject specialist librarians and departmental liaisons offer information literacy instruction in their respective disciplines and subject areas. Many of the public services librarians are part of the Library Instruction Team which focuses on collaborative instructional work with academic and co-curricular programs.  » More …