In this Issue
- Volume 2, Number 2, 2012
One particularly “hot topic” in education today is “assessment.” How do institutions learn about emerging trends in assessment? What pressing questions do all institutions face when it comes to assessing the quality and effectiveness of student learning? What are the best practices in promoting institutional effectiveness in the educational enterprise? The Journal of Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness, publishes scholarly research on the assessment of student learning at the course, program, institutional, and multi-institutional levels as well as more broadly focused scholarship on institutional effectiveness in relation to mission and merging directions in higher education assessment. JAIE is a publication of the New England Educational Assessment Network (http://www.neean.org), established in 1955 and recognized as one of the leaders in supporting best practices and resources in educational assessment.
published byPenn State University Press
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Table of Contents
- Accountable for What?
- pp. 137-142
- First-Year Experience: A Comparison Study
- pp. 143-170
- pp. v-vi
- Editor’s Note
- pp. vii-viii
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