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Assessment is the systematic collection of information about student learning to inform decisions about how to improve learning.
The following three types of information are used to assess student learning.
Direct indicators of student learning (outcomes) require students to demonstrate their learning through, for example, essays, capstone projects, demonstrations, presentations, oral accounts, and so on.
Indirect indicators of student learning (perceptions) ask students to reflect on their learning through, for example, surveys, focus groups, interviews, and so on.
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- Blank surveys (Institutional Health, Student Opinion, Alumni, Teaching and Assessment Methods)