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- How Can Institutional Research and Assessment Help with Faculty Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Needs? (Institutional Research and Assessment, .pdf of a presentation at the 2009 “Assess We Can!” workshop)
- Carleton Interdisciplinary Science and Math Initiative (funded by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute). To promote and expand inquiry based study of complex and integrated systems, drawing on the power of disciplinary perspectives.
- Collaborative Assessment for Liberal Learning (CALL) (A Teagle-funded collaboration between Carleton, St. Olaf, Macalester, and Grinnell). To sustain and strengthen liberal arts education on four college campuses by working together to review, generate, and use meaningful information about student learning.
- Department and Programs Assessment Strategies, by Dan Petra, Learning and Teaching Center Workshop 2008. Workshop that details the assessment process: Essentials for an Assessment Program, Assessment Process Model, Best Practices, Senior Integrative Exercises, Example of Capstone Course, Creating A Learning Outcomes and Requirements Matrix, Developing Assessment Instruments, Rubrics, etc.
- Dean of the College Learning Outcomes pages and assessment resources
o https://apps.carleton.edu/campus/doc/faculty-resources/assessment/mapping/ Mapping Outcomes to New Graduation requirements.
o https://apps.carleton.edu/campus/doc/faculty-resources/assessment/roadmap/ Institutional Assessment Plan and Assessment Cycle
o https://apps.carleton.edu/campus/doc/faculty-resources/assessment/dept_and_program/ Department and Program Assessment plans and resources.
- Perlman Center for Learning and Teaching Coordinates programs for new and experienced faculty and circulates new information about teaching theories and strategies, and helps to identify problems and suggest solutions for classroom practice.
- Science Education Research Center (SERC) Founded to improve education in the Earth Sciences and beyond. Plan and host transformative workshops for educators, conducting research to develop effective pedagogy, and testing the most effective ways of implementing change in the classroom.
- Quantitative Inquiry, Reasoning, and Knowledge (QuIRK) Initiative designed to create curriculum and practice around the teaching of quantitative reasoning. Assessment of student writing informs professional development; workshops encourage curricular reform; subsequent assessment that evaluates effectiveness of reform efforts.
- The Writing Program and the Carleton Writing Portfolio Required midway through every student’s college career, the writing portfolios enable the college to ensure that undergraduates can write competently in a range of styles and contexts.