Assessment is the process of documenting in measurable terms knowledge, skills, attitudes, and beliefs. Assessment can provide feedback to students, instructors, administrators, and accrediting agencies about the effectiveness of a range of processes and outcomes, including teaching, learning, and organizational success. It can be formative or summative.

Below are resources and information about effective use of assessment in coursework.

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ACE Online Course Evaluations
Assessing the Classroom Environment (ACE) is an online evaluation system that collects student opinions about a course/instructor and provide a standard set of summary results.
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Clickers - Student Response Systems
Student Response Systems, also referred to as "Clickers," allow students to enter responses using a small wireless device that records responses through software and a radio frequency receiver to the instructor station in a classroom.
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PeerMark - Turnitin
An online tool that engage students in the writing process by getting them to provide structured, anonymous feedback of other student’s written work.