Qualtrics, a survey tool available to all K-State faculty and staff, has many uses for assessment. The video below details several ways Qualtrics can facilitate direct and indirect assessment across a variety of situations, including:
Gathering data from internships
Transitioning evaluation processes from paper forms to electronic means
Facilitating project and dissertation defense processes
For additional information or assistance in setting up Qualtrics to meet your assessment needs, contact the Office of Assessment at email@example.com.
On February 16, the Office of Assessment sponsored “Designing Multiple Choice Assessments for Critical Thinking” workshop in Bluemont Hall. This event was led by Warren White, Professor of Special Education and Director of Assessment in the College of Education.
This workshop was a part of the Year of Critical Thinking, an effort led by the Teaching and Learning Center. You can learn more about this endeavor here.
You can view the workshop below. We hope you enjoy and will continue to be a part of the Year of Critical Thinking.
K-State’s Division of Communications and Marketing has recently created an informational video of the Office of Assessment you can view here.
This video contains faculty testimonies and the resources available at the Office of Assessment. Many will recognize the familiar faces on campus; professors from the College of Human Ecology, Journalism and Mass Communications, and K-State Polytechnic all make an appearance.
Additionally, the video highlights the value of the assessment work that programs are currently doing. In benefiting the department, assessment work also brings K-State closer to the 2025 goal.
We hope you enjoy the video and will check out our Twitter and blog page for more examples of faculty work in assessment.
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