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Outcomes Assessment Links


College/University Sites 

Contra Costa Community College: This site has links to assessment handbooks and examples, to various assessment resources and to various assessment organizations.

Los Rios Community College Web Site: This site contains links to other college and organizational web sites that support the development and assessment of student learning outcomes. (Log in required)

North Carolina State: This site contains links to Internet Resources for Higher Education Outcomes Assessment that connect to general resources about assessment, assessment handbooks at various institutions, examples of assessments of specific skills or content, to other institutional assessment-related pages, to accrediting bodies and to student assessment tools for courses and faculty.

San Mateo College: This site contains resources to support the implementation of outcomes assessment at Skyline College. In particular, the site contains information about the underlying philosophy of SLO assessment, a framework that explains key terminology and concepts, provides templates, presents draft SLOs and assessment plans and links to other assessment resources.

University of Michigan: This site contains information and resources to support the direct and indirect assessment of student learning.


American Library Association: This site contains links to assessment sites that support outcomes assessment in instructional, student support and student services programs. Sites include "metasites" that explore the principles, theories, and provide tools that can be utilized for assessment, library related assessment sites, and links to various assessment journals.

American Psychological Association: This site discusses the pros and cons of different course assessment strategies and provides recommendations for enhancing the effectiveness of the different strategies.

Field Tested Learning Assessment Guide for Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology: Although the examples and testimonials of benefits are restricted to the indicated disciplines, the site also contains excellent information about assessment, information about fourteen assessment strategies (with examples and testimonials), and links to other web resources.

Rubistar: This web site has rubric templates that can be used/modified in the areas of art, oral presentations, multimedia, mathematics, science, music, work skills, and for evaluating work products.

Theory into Practice: This site outlines essential components of Bloom’s Taxonomy

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