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Academic Assessment Committee
The Academic Assessment Committee (AAC) was created to provide peer leadership, support and review of academic assessment. The AAC serves as a cross-campus forum for the exchange of ideas, information and advice on methods and practices of academic assessment.
Seminars & Workshops
- Coming soon!
- 2015 Academic Assessment Seminar: Mapping Student Success - September 11
- GER Assessment Workshop: Curriculum Mapping: Student Learning Outcomes - September 25
- GER Assessment Workshop: Curriculum Mapping: Rubrics and Assignments - October 23
- GER Assessment Workshop: Curriculum Mapping and Assessment - October 30
- GER Assessment Workshop: From Curriculum Mapping to Shared Assessment - January 7
- GER Assessment Workshop: Using the Shared Rubric and Designing Assessments - March 25
- AAC Assessment Workshop: Closing the Loop and Telling the Story - April 15
- GER Assessment Workshop: Gathering and Selecting Student Artifacts - April 15
- GER Assessment Workshop: Planning for the Summer 2016 GER Assessment Pilot - May 6
- AAC Workshop: Developing Academic Program Assessment Plans - February 27
- AAC Workshop: Norming Your Academic Assessment Rubrics - March 20
- AAC Workshop: ePortfolios and Academic Assessment - April 3
- AAC Workshop: Developing Academic Program Assessment Plans (Repeat) - April 14
- 2013 Academic Assessment Seminar - September 13
- AAC Workshop: Program Mission Statements and Program Student Learning Outcomes (PSLOs): Are Yours Effective? - February 7
- AAC Workshop: Rubrics and Assessment Data Collection: Making Things Good, Better, and Innovative - March 7
- AAC Workshop: A Conversation about Program Improvement - April 4
The Annual Academic Assessment Survey captures information about faculty efforts around student learning and program improvement and helps UAA highlight these efforts. The survey also provides information for reporting to the Board of Regents and to UAA's institutional accrediting body, the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU).
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