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Survey of Best Practices in Student Assessment 2020 Edition

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This highly detailed report presents the results of a survey of 47 higher education assessment administrators, relating their best practices and advice, and data on their program and technology use, budgets and expenditures, personnel policies, relations with faculty, testing policies and much more.  The study gives detailed data on the size of assessment staff, assessment director’s salary, program budgets and much more. 

The report also helps its readers to answer questions such as: how influential do assessment offices perceive themselves to be?  How much support do they get from college/university administration? How are basic skills assessment done for new students? Who qualifies to skip basic courses?  What percentage of students test out of the freshman English writing requirement? What is the role of the academic library, career services, information technology, academic advising, and other departments in the college assessment effort? What kinds of assessment software does the college use and why?  What is the current and expected impact of student performance on new teaching methods and educational technology such as the flipped classroom or use of self-paced interactive videos?  The study also has many open-ended questions through which participants comment generally on best practices in college student assessment. 

Just a few of the report’s many finding are:

  • Nearly 45% of respondents felt that the college information technology department was involved or heavily involved in the student assessment effort.
  • 30% of respondents were highly confident in the effectiveness of their school’s preparatory classes at their institutions.
  • Nearly 83% of private colleges in the sample have used the National Survey of Student Engagement in their assessment efforts.
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1. PARTICIPANTS LIST    

  • Characteristics of the Sample    

2. SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS    

  • Availability of an assessment office    
  • Number of employees in the assessment office    
  • The annual salary range for highest-ranking officer    
  • The annual budget of assessment office    
  • Number of assessment professionals working outside the main college office    
  • Influence of assessment office judgment on the institution    
  • Assessment day or assessment period    
  • Availability of standardized testing in English writing and composition    
  • Availability of standardized testing in library services/ information literacy    
  • Availability of standardized testing in computer/ technology literacy    
  • Availability of standardized testing in mathematics    
  • The use of assessment software packages or approaches    
  • The use of ASSET    
  • The use of eLumen    
  • The use of AccuPlacer    
  • The use of COMPASS    
  • The use of tk20    
  • The use of AACU Value Rubric    
  • The use of SkyFactor    
  • The use of Blackboard Outcomes    
  • The use of Xitracs    
  • The use of UCLA Mathematics Test    
  • The use of various assessment tools    
  • The use of NSSE    
  • The use of HERI    
  • The use of Educational Benchmarking Inc.    
  • The use of student satisfaction inventory    
  • The use of the Center for Education Assessment    
  • The use of Chalk and Wire Eportfolio    
  • The use of ETS HEIghten written communication    
  • The use of critical thinking assessments    
  • Use of CIRP freshman survey    
  • The use of the National Survey of Student Engagement    
  • Use of priorities survey for online learners (PSOL)    
  • Use of Other Assessment Tools by Colleges in the Sample    
  • College acceptance of transfer students’ prior standardized placement test results.    
  • Qualifications for opting out of taking diagnostic tests    
  • Percentage of incoming freshmen testing out of basic first-year English courses    
  • Confidence in the effectiveness of preparatory classes    
  • Measures are taken to improve preparatory and remedial classes    
  • Department involvement in student assessment efforts    
  • Involvement of the academic library in assessment efforts    
  • Involvement of the distance learning department or equivalents in assessment efforts    
  • Involvement of the advancement department or equivalents in assessment efforts    
  • Involvement of finance and audits department or equivalent in assessment efforts    
  • Involvement of student affairs department or equivalent in assessment efforts    
  • Involvement of the career services department or equivalent in assessment efforts    
  • Involvement of the academic advising department or equivalent assessment efforts    
  • Involvement of the information technology department in assessment efforts    
  • Deployment of competency-based courses to improve learning outcomes and assessment efforts    
  • Contribution of technologies and practices to successful students’ assessment efforts    
  • The use of flipped classroom approaches    
  • Use of machine-assessed, interactive video modules with little instructor input    
  • The use of artificial intelligence programs    
  • Use of classroom response or clicker technologies    
  • The use of National Survey of Student Engagement    
  • Use of Peer Tutoring    
  • Faculty’s role in developing assessment vehicles    
  • College faculty views on assessment efforts of the administration    
  • Level of coordination of advising, tutoring, counseling, placement, and assessment functions on campus    
  • Institution’s assessment efforts    
  • Availability of means or subject benchmarks testing progress    
  • Availability of post-graduation assessment program    
  • Percentage of college interviewing    
  • Interviews with students who graduated    
  • Interviews of transfer students    
  • Interviews of students who dropped out of college    
  • Discover, compilation, and usage of data about financial performance and employment status    
  • Examples of assessment procedures revealing student or program deficiencies    
  • Views on colleges with good assessment practices    

List of Tables

Table 1.1 Does the college have an office of assessment or similar office or department that primarily devotes itself to assessment? Choose the phrase that best summarizes your college's position.    
Table 1.2 Does the college have an office of assessment or similar office or department that primarily devotes itself to assessment? Choose the phrase that best summarizes your college's position. Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 1.3 Does the college have an office of assessment or similar office or department that primarily devotes itself to assessment? Choose the phrase that best summarizes your college's position. Broken out by public or private status    
Table 1.4 Does the college have an office of assessment or similar office or department that primarily devotes itself to assessment? Choose the phrase that best summarizes your college's position. Broken out by enrollment    
Table 1.5 Does the college have an office of assessment or similar office or department that primarily devotes itself to assessment? Choose the phrase that best summarizes your college's position. Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 2.1 In FTE terms, how many employees are in the college's office of assessment, or similar office that is primarily devoted to this function?    
Table 2.2 In FTE terms, how many employees are in the college's office of assessment, or similar office that is primarily devoted to this function? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 2.3 In FTE terms, how many employees are in the college's office of assessment, or similar office that is primarily devoted to this function? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 2.4 In FTE terms, how many employees are in the college's office of assessment, or similar office that is primarily devoted to this function? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 2.5 In FTE terms, how many employees are in the college's office of assessment, or similar office that is primarily devoted to this function? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 3.1 Please choose an annual salary range for the highest-ranking assessment officer at your institution:    
Table 3.2 Please choose an annual salary range for the highest-ranking assessment officer at your institution: Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 3.3 Please choose an annual salary range for the highest-ranking assessment officer at your institution: Broken out by public or private status    
Table 3.4 Please choose an annual salary range for the highest-ranking assessment officer at your institution: Broken out by enrollment    
Table 3.5 Please choose an annual salary range for the highest-ranking assessment officer at your institution: Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 4.1 What is the annual budget (in US $) of the assessment office, including salaries and overhead?    
Table 4.2 What is the annual budget (in US $) of the assessment office, including salaries and overhead? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 4.3 What is the annual budget (in US $) of the assessment office, including salaries and overhead? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 4.4 What is the annual budget (in US $) of the assessment office, including salaries and overhead? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 4.5 What is the annual budget (in US $) of the assessment office, including salaries and overhead? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 5.1 To the best of your knowledge how many assessment professionals work in other offices outside of the main college assessment office?    
Table 5.2 To the best of your knowledge how many assessment professionals work in other offices outside of the main college assessment office? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 5.3 To the best of your knowledge how many assessment professionals work in other offices outside of the main college assessment office? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 5.4 To the best of your knowledge how many assessment professionals work in other offices outside of the main college assessment office? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 5.5 To the best of your knowledge how many assessment professionals work in other offices outside of the main college assessment office? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 6.1 How would you say that judgments from the assessment office or other office involved with student or program assessment are received in your institution?    
Table 6.2 How would you say that judgments from the assessment office or other office involved with student or program assessment are received in your institution? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 6.3 How would you say that judgments from the assessment office or other office involved with student or program assessment are received in your institution? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 6.4 How would you say that judgments from the assessment office or other office involved with student or program assessment are received in your institution? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 6.5 How would you say that judgments from the assessment office or other office involved with student or program assessment are received in your institution? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 7.1 Does your college have an "assessment day" or "assessment period" of several days?    
Table 7.2 Does your college have an "assessment day" or "assessment period" of several days? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 7.3 Does your college have an "assessment day" or "assessment period" of several days? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 7.4 Does your college have an "assessment day" or "assessment period" of several days? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 7.5 Does your college have an "assessment day" or "assessment period" of several days? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8 Does the college offer a standardized test to all students (except for those that might have qualified to not take a basic course) in any of the following areas: (check all that apply)    
Table 8.1.1 Does the college offer a standardized test to all students (except for those that might have qualified to not take a basic course) in English writing and composition?    
Table 8.1.2 Does the college offer a standardized test to all students (except for those that might have qualified to not take a basic course) in English  writing and composition? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.1.3 Does the college offer a standardized test to all students (except for those that might have qualified to not take a basic course) in English writing and composition? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 8.1.4 Does the college offer a standardized test to all students (except for those that might have qualified to not take a basic course) in English writing and composition? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.1.5 Does the college offer a standardized test to all students (except for those that might have qualified to not take a basic course) in English writing and composition? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.2.1 :    
Table 8.3.1 Does the college offer a standardized test to all students (except for those that might have qualified to not take a basic course) in computer/technology literacy?    
Table 8.3.2 Does the college offer a standardized test to all students (except for those that might have qualified to not take a basic course) in computer/technology literacy? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.3.3 Does the college offer a standardized test to all students (except for those that might have qualified to not take a basic course) in computer/technology literacy? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 8.3.4 Does the college offer a standardized test to all students (except for those that might have qualified to not take a basic course) in computer/technology literacy? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.3.5 Does the college offer a standardized test to all students (except for those that might have qualified to not take a basic course) in computer/technology literacy? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.4.1 Does the college offer a standardized test to all students (except for those that might have qualified to not take a basic course) in mathematics?    
Table 8.4.2 Does the college offer a standardized test to all students (except for those that might have qualified to not take a basic course) in mathematics? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.4.3 Does the college offer a standardized test to all students (except for those that might have qualified to not take a basic course) in mathematics? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 8.4.4 Does the college offer a standardized test to all students (except for those that might have qualified to not take a basic course) in mathematics? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.4.5 Does the college offer a standardized test to all students (except for those that might have qualified to not take a basic course) in mathematics? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 9 Does the college use any of the following assessment software packages or approaches? (Check all that apply)    
Table 9.1.1 Does the college use ASSET?    
Table 9.1.2 Does the college use ASSET? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 9.1.3 Does the college use ASSET? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 9.1.4 Does the college use ASSET? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 9.1.5 Does the college use ASSET? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 9.2.1 Does the college use eLumen?    
Table 9.3.1 Does the college use AccuPlacer?    
Table 9.3.2 Does the college use AccuPlacer? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 9.3.3 Does the college use AccuPlacer? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 9.3.4 Does the college use AccuPlacer? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 9.3.5 Does the college use AccuPlacer? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 9.4.1 Does the college use COMPASS?    
Table 9.4.2 Does the college use COMPASS? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 9.4.3 Does the college use COMPASS? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 9.4.4 Does the college use COMPASS? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 9.4.5 Does the college use COMPASS? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 9.5.1 Does the college use tk20?    
Table 9.5.2 Does the college use tk20? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 9.5.3 Does the college use tk20? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 9.5.4 Does the college use tk20? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 9.5.5 Does the college use tk20? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 9.6.1 Does the college use AACU Value rubric?    
Table 9.6.2 Does the college use AACU Value rubric? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 9.6.3 Does the college use AACU Value rubric? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 9.6.4 Does the college use AACU Value rubric? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 9.6.5 Does the college use AACU Value rubric? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 9.7.1 Does the college use SkyFactor?    
Table 9.7.2 Does the college use SkyFactor? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 9.7.3 Does the college use SkyFactor? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 9.7.4 Does the college use SkyFactor? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 9.7.5 Does the college use SkyFactor? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 9.8.1 Does the college use Blackboard Outcomes?, an    
Table 9.8.2 Does the college use Blackboard Outcomes? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 9.8.3 Does the college use Blackboard Outcomes? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 9.8.4 Does the college use Blackboard Outcomes? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 9.8.5 Does the college use Blackboard Outcomes? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 9.9.1 Does the college use Xitracs?    
Table 9.9.2 Does the college use Xitracs? Broken out by type or Carnegie  class    
Table 9.9.3 Does the college use Xitracs? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 9.9.4 Does the college use Xitracs? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 9.9.5 Does the college use Xitracs? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 9.10.1 Does the college use UCLA Mathematics Test?    
Table 10 To the best of your knowledge has the college ever used any of the following assessment tools? (check all that apply)    
Table 10.1.1 Has the college ever used NSSE?    
Table 10.1.2 Has the college ever used NSSE? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 10.1.3 Has the college ever used NSSE? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 10.1.4 Has the college ever used NSSE? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 10.1.5 Has the college ever used NSSE? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 10.2.1 Has the college ever used HERI?    
Table 10.2.2 Has the college ever used HERI? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 10.2.3 Has the college ever used HERI? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 10.2.4 Has the college ever used HERI? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 10.2.5 Has the college ever used HERI? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 10.3.1 Has the college ever used Educational Benchmarking Inc.?    
Table 10.3.2 Has the college ever used Educational Benchmarking Inc.? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 10.3.3 Has the college ever used Educational Benchmarking Inc.? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 10.3.4 Has the college ever used Educational Benchmarking Inc.? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 10.3.5 Has the college ever used Educational Benchmarking Inc.? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 10.4.1 Has the college ever used student satisfaction inventory?    
Table 10.4.2 Has the college ever used student satisfaction inventory? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 10.4.3 Has the college ever used student satisfaction inventory? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 10.4.4 Has the college ever used student satisfaction inventory? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 10.4.5 Has the college ever used student satisfaction inventory? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 10.5.1 Has the college ever used the center for education assessment?    
Table 10.5.2 Has the college ever used the center for education assessment? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 10.5.3 Has the college ever used the center for education assessment? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 10.5.4 Has the college ever used the center for education assessment? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 10.5.5 Has the college ever used the center for education assessment? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 10.6.1 Has the college ever used Chalk and Wire Eporfolio?    
Table 10.6.2 Has the college ever used Chalk and Wire Eporfolio? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 10.6.3 Has the college ever used Chalk and Wire Eporfolio? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 10.6.4 Has the college ever used Chalk and Wire Eporfolio? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 10.6.5 Has the college ever used Chalk and Wire Eporfolio? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 10.7.1 Has the college ever used ETS HEIghten written communication and?    
Table 10.7.2 Has the college ever used ETS HEIghten written communication and? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 10.7.3 Has the college ever used ETS HEIghten written communication and? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 10.7.4 Has the college ever used ETS HEIghten written communication and? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 10.7.5 Has the college ever used ETS HEIghten written communication and? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 10.8.1 Has the college ever used critical thinking Assessments?    
Table 10.8.2 Has the college ever used critical thinking Assessments? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 10.8.3 Has the college ever used critical thinking Assessments? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 10.8.4 Has the college ever used critical thinking Assessments? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 10.8.5 Has the college ever used critical thinking Assessments? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 10.9.1 Has the college ever used CIRP Freshman survey?    
Table 10.9.2 Has the college ever used CIRP Freshman survey? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 10.9.3 Has the college ever used CIRP Freshman survey? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 10.9.4 Has the college ever used CIRP Freshman survey? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 10.9.5 Has the college ever used CIRP Freshman survey? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 10.10.1 Has the college ever used the National Survey of Student Engagement?    
Table 10.10.2 Has the college ever used the National Survey of Student Engagement? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 10.10.3 Has the college ever used the National Survey of Student Engagement? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 10.10.4 Has the college ever used the National Survey of Student Engagement? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 10.10.5 Has the college ever used the National Survey of Student Engagement? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 10.11.1 Has the college ever used Priorities Survey for Online Learners (PSOL)?    
Table 10.11.2 Has the college ever used Priorities Survey for Online Learners (PSOL)? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 10.11.3 Has the college ever used Priorities Survey for Online Learners (PSOL)? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 10.11.4 Has the college ever used Priorities Survey for Online Learners (PSOL)? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 10.11.5 Has the college ever used Priorities Survey for Online Learners (PSOL)? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 11.1 For transfer students to the college, does the college generally accept the results of standardized placement tests take at prior institutions?    
Table 11.2 For transfer students to the college, does the college generally accept the results of standardized placement tests take at prior institutions? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 11.3 For transfer students to the college, does the college generally accept the results of standardized placement tests take at prior institutions? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 11.4 For transfer students to the college, does the college generally accept the results of standardized placement tests take at prior institutions? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 11.5 For transfer students to the college, does the college generally accept the results of standardized placement tests take at prior institutions? Broken out by tuition, $    
If new students at your college can opt out of taking diagnostic tests in mathematics, writing or other skill areas, what qualifications enable them to do so? (i.e. ACT or SAT or GRE scores above a certain level, a certain level of high school grades, AP test scores -- be as specific as possible) Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 12.1 Approximately what percentage of incoming freshmen at your institution test out of or otherwise qualify for opting out of the basic freshman or another first-year English writing course?  if none put in "0".    
Table 12.2 Approximately what percentage of incoming freshmen at your institution test out of or otherwise qualify for opting out of the basic freshman or another first-year English writing course?  if none put in "0". Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 12.3 Approximately what percentage of incoming freshmen at your institution test out of or otherwise qualify for opting out of the basic freshman or another first-year English writing course?  if none put in "0". Broken out by public or private status    
Table 12.4 Approximately what percentage of incoming freshmen at your institution test out of or otherwise qualify for opting out of the basic freshman or another first-year English writing course?  if none put in "0". Broken out by enrollment    
Table 12.5 Approximately what percentage of incoming freshmen at your institution test out of or otherwise qualify for opting out of the basic freshman or another first-year English writing course?  if none put in "0". Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 13.1 How confident are you in the effectiveness of preparatory classes at your institution for students who do not immediately meet requirements in math, English or other core subjects?    
Table 13.2 How confident are you in the effectiveness of preparatory classes at your institution for students who do not immediately meet requirements in math, English or other core subjects? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 13.3 How confident are you in the effectiveness of preparatory classes at your institution for students who do not immediately meet requirements in math, English or other core subjects? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 13.4 How confident are you in the effectiveness of preparatory classes at your institution for students who do not immediately meet requirements in math, English or other core subjects? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 13.5 How confident are you in the effectiveness of preparatory classes at your institution for students who do not immediately meet requirements in math, English or other core subjects? Broken out by tuition, $    
What has the college done in recent years to improve preparatory and remedial classes? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 14 How involved are the following departments (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts?    
Table 14.1.1 How involved the academic library department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts?    
Table 14.1.2 How involved academic library department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 14.1.3 How involved academic library department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 14.1.4 How involved academic library department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 14.1.5 How involved academic library department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 14.2.1 How involved distance learning department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts?    
Table 14.2.2 How involved distance learning department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 14.2.3 How involved distance learning department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 14.2.4 How involved distance learning department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 14.2.5 How involved distance learning department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 14.3.1 How involved the advancement department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts?    
Table 14.3.2 How involved the advancement department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 14.3.3 How involved the advancement department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 14.3.4 How involved advancement department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 14.3.5 How involved the advancement department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 14.4.1 How involved the finance and audits department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts?    
Table 14.4.2 How involved the finance and audits department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 14.4.3 How involved finance and audits department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 14.4.4 How involved finance and audits department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 14.4.5 How involved finance and audits department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 14.5.1 How involved student affairs department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts?    
Table 14.5.2 How involved student affairs department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 14.5.3 How involved student affairs department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 14.5.4 How involved student affairs department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 14.5.5 How involved student affairs department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 14.6.1 How involved the career services department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts?    
Table 14.6.2 How involved career services department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 14.6.3 How involved career services department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 14.6.4 How involved career services department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 14.6.5 How involved career services department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 14.7.1 How involved the academic advising department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts?    
Table 14.7.2 How involved the academic advising department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 14.7.3 How involved the academic advising department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 14.7.4 How involved the academic advising department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 14.7.5 How involved the academic advising department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 14.8.1 How involved is the information technology department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts?    
Table 14.8.2 How involved is the information technology department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 14.8.3 How involved is the information technology department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 14.8.4 How involved is the information technology department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 14.8.5 How involved information technology department (or their equivalents) in your student assessment efforts? Broken out by tuition, $    
How has the college deployed competency-based courses to improve its learning outcomes and assessment efforts? Such courses generally use various forms of standardized tests that students can take periodically to demonstrate competence. Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 15 Which of the following technologies and practices would you say have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution?    
Table 15.1.1 Flipped classroom approaches have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution?    
Table 15.1.2 Flipped classroom approaches have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 15.1.3 Flipped classroom approaches have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 15.1.4 Flipped classroom approaches have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 15.1.5 Flipped classroom approaches have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 15.2.1 Using machine-assessed, interactive video modules with modest or no instructor input have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution?    
Table 15.2.2 Using machine-assessed, interactive video modules with modest or no instructor input have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 15.2.3 Using machine-assessed, interactive video modules with modest or no instructor input have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 15.2.4 Using machine-assessed, interactive video modules with modest or no instructor input have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 15.2.5 Using machine-assessed, interactive video modules with modest or no instructor input have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 15.3.1 Artificial intelligence programs that diagnose gaps in knowledge and provide appropriate solutions have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution?    
Table 15.3.2 Artificial intelligence programs that diagnose gaps in knowledge and provide appropriate solutions have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 15.3.3 Artificial intelligence programs that diagnose gaps in knowledge and provide appropriate solutions have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 15.3.4 Artificial intelligence programs that diagnose gaps in knowledge and provide appropriate solutions have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 15.3.5 Artificial intelligence programs that diagnose gaps in knowledge and provide appropriate solutions have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 15.4.1 Using classroom response or clicker technologies have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution?    
Table 15.4.2 Using classroom response or clicker technologies have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 15.4.3 Using classroom response or clicker technologies have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 15.4.4 Using classroom response or clicker technologies have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 15.4.5 Using classroom response or clicker technologies have successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 15.5.1 Has Peer Tutoring successfully contributed or has high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution?    
Table 15.5.2 Has Peer Tutoring successfully contributed or has high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 15.5.3 Has Peer Tutoring successfully contributed or has high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 15.5.4 Has Peer Tutoring successfully contributed, or have high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 15.5.5 Has Peer Tutoring successfully contributed, or has high potential in the near future to contribute, to successful student assessment efforts at your institution? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 16.1 Which phrase best describes your college faculty's role in developing the college's assessment vehicles?    
Table 16.2 Which phrase best describes your college faculty's role in developing the college's assessment vehicles? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 16.3 Which phrase best describes your college faculty's role in developing the college's assessment vehicles? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 16.4 Which phrase best describes your college faculty's role in developing the college's assessment vehicles? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 16.5 Which phrase best describes your college faculty's role in developing the college's assessment vehicles? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 17.1 Which phrase best describes how your college's faculty views the assessment efforts of the college administration.    
Table 17.2 Which phrase best describes how your college's faculty views the assessment efforts of the college administration. Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 17.3 Which phrase best describes how your college's faculty views the assessment efforts of the college administration. Broken out by public or private status    
Table 17.4 Which phrase best describes how your college's faculty views the assessment efforts of the college administration. Broken out by enrollment    
Table 17.5 Which phrase best describes how your college's faculty views the assessment efforts of the college administration. Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 18.1 How well coordinated are these functions on your campus: advising, tutoring, counseling, placement, and assessment?    
Table 18.2 How well coordinated are these functions on your campus: advising, tutoring, counseling, placement, and assessment? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 18.3 How well coordinated are these functions on your campus: advising, tutoring, counseling, placement, and assessment? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 18.4 How well coordinated are these functions on your campus: advising, tutoring, counseling, placement, and assessment? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 18.5 How well coordinated are these functions on your campus: advising, tutoring, counseling, placement, and assessment? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 19.1 Assessment efforts at your institution have led to significant curriculum change or not?    
Table 19.2 Assessment efforts at your institution have led to significant curriculum change or not? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 19.3 Assessment efforts at your institution have led to significant curriculum change or not? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 19.4 Assessment efforts at your institution have led to significant curriculum change or not? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 19.5 Assessment efforts at your institution have led to significant curriculum change or not?  Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 20.1 Does the college have means or subject benchmarks to test the progress of various academic departments in particular disciplines to assess year to year progress in achieving student outcomes? Please comment if appropriate.    
Table 20.2 Does the college have means or subject benchmarks to test the progress of various academic departments in particular disciplines to assess year to year progress in achieving student outcomes? Please comment if appropriate. Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 20.3 Does the college have means or subject benchmarks to test the progress of various academic departments in particular disciplines to assess year to year progress in achieving student outcomes? Please comment if appropriate. Broken out by public or private status    
Table 20.4 Does the college have means or subject benchmarks to test the progress of various academic departments in particular disciplines to assess year to year progress in achieving student outcomes? Please comment if appropriate. Broken out by enrollment    
Table 20.5 Does the college have means or subject benchmarks to test the progress of various academic departments in particular disciplines to assess year to year progress in achieving student outcomes? Please comment if appropriate. Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 21.1 Does the college have a post-graduation assessment program to ascertain the success of students after graduation?    
Table 21.2 Does the college have a post-graduation assessment program to ascertain the success of students after graduation? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 21.3 Does the college have a post-graduation assessment program to ascertain the success of students after graduation. Broken out by public or private status    
Table 21.4 Does the college have a post-graduation assessment program to ascertain the success of students after graduation? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 21.5 Does the college have a post-graduation assessment program to ascertain the success of students after graduation? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 22 Approximately what percentage of the following does the College interview. If none, please do not skip but put in "0"    
Table 22.1.1 Approximately what percentage of students who graduate are interviewed by the college?    
Table 22.1.2 Approximately what percentage of students who graduate are interviewed by the college? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 22.1.3 Approximately what percentage of students who graduate are interviewed by the college? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 22.1.4 Approximately what percentage of students who graduate are interviewed by the college? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 22.1.5 Approximately what percentage of students who graduate are interviewed by the college? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 22.2.1 Approximately what percentage of students who transfer out of the college are interviewed by the college?    
Table 22.2.2 Approximately what percentage of students who transfer out of the college are interviewed by the college? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 22.2.3 Approximately what percentage of students who transfer out of the college are interviewed by the college? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 22.2.4 Approximately what percentage of students who transfer out of the college are interviewed by the college? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 22.2.5 Approximately what percentage of students who transfer out of the college are interviewed by the college? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 22.3.1 Approximately what percentage of students who drop out of the college are interviewed by the college?    
Table 22.3.2 Approximately what percentage of students who drop out of the college are interviewed by the college? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Table 22.3.3 Approximately what percentage of students who drop out of the college are interviewed by the college? Broken out by public or private status    
Table 22.3.4 Approximately what percentage of students who drop out of the college are interviewed by the college? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 22.3.5 Approximately what percentage of students who drop out of the college are interviewed by the college? Broken out by tuition, $    
How does the college go about discovering, compiling and using data about the financial performance and employment status of its graduates? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Provide some examples of instances when assessment procedures revealed student or program deficiencies, how those deficiencies were addressed, and what were the results? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    
Which colleges do you feel have particularly good assessment practices and can serve as role models for others? What do you like about what they do? Broken out by type or Carnegie class    

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