As the Assessment Wheel illustrates, assessment of student learning entails several key components to carrying out a methodical and comprehensive assessment process. Explore the following resources to learn more about student learning assessment.
Student Learning Outcomes
Student Learning Outcomes serve as the basis for program and course curriculum, and through assessment, lead to an understanding of the degree to which students develop those outcomes.
- Tips on Writing Student Learning Outcomes
- An Introduction to Bloom’s Taxonomy: Cognitive, Affective, and Psychomotor Domains
- Measurable Verbs in the Cognitive Domain
- Measurable Verbs in the Affective Domain
- Measurable Verbs in the Psychomotor Domain
Direct and Indirect Measures
Direct and indirect measures provide the tools to gather quantitative and qualitative data that can demonstrate the degree to which students achieve the learning outcomes.
Resources for Completing the Annual Assessment Report
UNE's academic and co-curricular units annually submit an assessment report to the head of their college/division as well as the Office of the Provost and the University Assessment Committee. For guidance on completing the report, refer to the following documents:
- Resource for Completing an Annual Program Assessment Report
- Resource for Completing an Annual Student Support Services Assessment Report
Internal and External Support
- University Assessment Committee
- UNE’s Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
- UNE’s Office of Institutional Research and Data Analytics