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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Linda A Suskie; American Association for Higher Education.
|Notes:||Major addresses from "Rising expectations for assessment: can we deliver?" (AAHE Assessment Conference 2000), June 14-18, Charlotte, North Carolina [and] Highlights of plenary addresses from "Assessment as evidence of learning: serving student and society" (AAHE Assessment Conference 1999), June 13-16, Denver, Colorado.|
|Description:||vi, 72 pages ; 28 cm|
|Contents:||A conversation with Jorge Klor de Alva / interviewed by Gail Mellow --
Promoting deep learning through teaching and assessment / by Noel Entwistle --
Developing a learning/teaching style assessment model for diverse populations / by James Anderson --
A few good measures : the impossible dream? / by Victor H.H. Borden --
Assessment of innovative efforts : lessons from the learning community movement / by Jean MacGregor, Vincent Tinto, and Jerri Holland Lindblad --
Accreditation : where credit is due / by Barbara Wright --
Assessment at the Millennium : now what? / with Thomas A. Angelo, Peter T. Ewell, and Cecelia López ; moderated by Theodore J. Marchese --
Assessing for quality in learning / by John Briggs --
Testing disadvantaged students : the elusive search for what is fair / by Sharon Robinson.
|Other Titles:||Insight from AAHE's 2000 and 1999 assessment conferences|
|Responsibility:||Linda Suskie, editor.|