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Learning Improvement Community
Assessment practitioners, educational developers, educators, and scholars in higher education reshaping learning outcomes assessment
As the student learning outcomes assessment movement has evolved in U.S. higher education, a wide range of approaches, methods, frameworks, and practices have emerged. But the core purpose of learning assessment, its reason for being and its most important challenge, is to facilitate the improvement of student learning. Ironically, this is a theme about which not enough is known. And that, in turn, is where this community comes in.
The learning improvement story project
We collect and share learning improvement stories for the higher education community. Read compelling stories. Submit a story (read how and the requested information).
Check out the materials and resources on our "Learn" page:
tenets, goals, and scope;
learning-improvement story writing guide;
a self-assessment readiness tool (ReLIP) Excel file,
a start-your-learning-improvement-adventure here PDF to start or continue a learning improvement project,
We facilitate events and give presentations to discuss, refine, and promote learning improvement in higher education.
Post your work on our site or explore other options to publish and share--from conversational to original research pieces, there's an outlet for everyone's work.
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