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#2. Meaningful & Manageable Assessment

This week's tip is a review of a new book from Stylus that I wish I could require everyone to read - Meaningful & Manageable Program Assessment for Higher Education: A How-to Guide for Higher Education Faculty by Laura Maasa and Maragaret Kasimatis.

GOOFS. Watch me get so excited that I mess up the title. Emphatically. Twice.


want to read it?

https://sty.presswarehouse.com/books/BookDetail.aspx?productID=484608

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The new application frameworks came with a bonus FAQ doc. Have a look! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tTuI6QoZRSsc67jXfOSSmFrRV1u_F5Nm_ZYZOvMJAf4/edit What did you find most helpful?

#5. Student Involvement

Does it count as community engagement if no students are involved? I hear this question a lot and it’s so important to clarify right up front. The answer is not just “YES!” but in fact, it’s a must.

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