Assessment Mentoring Program

Assessment Mentoring Program

Supporting Excellence in Learning and Innovative Pedagogy

The Teaching and Learning Center has established a cadre of assessment mentors to assist individuals, programs, and departments in conducting the many activities that compose quality assessment.  This group of individuals is available to assist in those activities, but they are not available to do the work of assessment.  When an individual, program, or department has needs in the area of assessment, you can request mentoring assistance by completing the Request for Assessment Assistance.

You will receive a response from the Center within 2 business days. 

Topics and Definitions
(click on topic for a complete definition)

Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes

Direct/Indirect Measures

Analyzing Assessment Data

Educational Outcomes & Objectives

Reflection and Community Engagement

Reporting Assessment Data

Curriculum (Assessment) Mapping

Triangulation with University Data Sources

Make Decisions

Using Assessment Data

Developing Rubrics

Course-Level Assessment

Close the Loop

Using Assessment Data


Program Assessment

Data Security 

(pdf of the 15 Topics and Definitions)

Questions regarding the Assessment Mentoring Program, contact Dr. Mary Ann Danielson, Interim Executive Director, Teaching and Learning Center at 402.280.2535 or by e-mail.