Measuring Quality in Higher Education is a collection of assessment resources divided into four categories: instruments (examinations, surveys, questionnaires, etc.); software tools and platforms; benchmarking systems and data resources; projects, initiatives and services
A series of three Culture of Evidence reports in which ETS researchers identified the key issues of accountability and surveyed current practices in assessing student learning.
A Culture of Evidence: An Evidence-Centered Approach to Accountability for Student Learning Outcomes
A Culture of Evidence: Postsecondary Assessment and Learning Outcomes
A Culture of Evidence: Critical Features of Assessments for Postsecondary Student Learning
Using Assessment Results: Promising Practices of Institutions That Do It Well
“Assessment CyberGuide for Learning Goals and Outcomes,” by Thomas Pusateri, Jane Halonen, Bill Hill, and Maureen McCarthy http://www.apa.org/ed/governance/bea/assessment-cyberguide-v2.pdf
“Department Level Assessment: Promoting Continuous Improvement,” by Susan Hatfield http://www.bmcc.cuny.edu/iresearch/upload/Department_assessment_Hatfield_Paper35.pdf
Research Methodology: Practical Assessment, Research, & Evaluation http://pareonline.net/genpare.asp?wh=1&abt=Research+Methodology
“Assessment That Promotes Learning,” by John P. Lowe http://www.schreyerinstitute.psu.edu/pdf/Assessment_That_Promotes_Learning.pdf
“The Case for Authentic Assessment,” an article by Grant Wiggins
Assessment Professional Development Guide. Following the Introduction, this Guide is divided into six parts: Why Is Assessment Important? Types of Assessment; How Do Rubrics Help? Workshop Activities; and Resources for Assessment
Getting Results, a multimedia online faculty development course developed by the League for Innovation in the Community College in cooperation with the National Science Foundation and the WGBH Educational Foundation, address two different aspects of assessment.
Module 2 : Planning for Outcomes. Learn what your students should be able to do in the workplace and connect these expectations to your course goals
Module 6 : Assessing Teaching and Learning. Learn how to connect assessments to outcomes and evaluate both students’ learning and your teaching.
Course Planning and Development: a self-paced online workshop
Lesson 1 : Determining The Overall (or Broad) Course Goals and Content
Lesson 2 : Learning Outcomes
Lesson 3 : Guidelines for Writing Student Learning Outcomes
Lesson 4 : Examples of Student Learning Outcomes
Lesson 5 : Assessing and Evaluating Student Learning and Achievement
“Transparent Alignment and Integrated Course Design,” by David W. Concepción, Ball State University http://podnetwork.org/content/uploads/V21-N2-Concepcion.pdf
“The Useful, Sensible, No-Frills Departmental Assessment Plan,” by Barbara E. Walvoord, University of Notre Dame http://podnetwork.org/content/uploads/V19-N7-Walvoord.pdf
“Incorporating Course-Level Evidence of Student Learning into Program Assessment,” by Nancy Simpson, Texas A&M University and Laurel Willingham-McLain, Duquesne University http://podnetwork.org/content/uploads/V18-N3-Simpson_McLain.pdf