The Study of Student Learning

Assessment -- or the study of student learning -- has three main purposes at KU: first, to collect data about our students that leads to action in promoting student success; second, to enhance the value of KU degrees to students, alumni, and the state; and third, to respond to the requirements of the Kansas Board of Regents and of the Higher Learning Commission. The process of assessment allows us to tell our stories: how are KU, our departments, and our faculty and support staff creating engaging and unique learning experiences for our students?

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Quick Hits

Degree-Level Assessment due Feb 2019

KU Core Review Due Sept 2018

KU Core Review (new, easy interface!)

DLORs (rubric links for committees)

Baseline (collected DLOR data)

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