Using the AAC&U VALUE Rubrics for Student Learning Outcomes Assessment & Accountability Reporting. Christine Keller VSA Executive Director Teri Lyn Hinds VSA Associate Director Paul Klute University of Kansas. Higher Learning Commission Annual Conference Chicago, IL ▪ April 8, 2013.
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Using the AAC&U VALUE Rubrics for Student Learning Outcomes Assessment & Accountability Reporting
VSA Executive Director
Teri Lyn Hinds
VSA Associate Director
University of Kansas
Higher Learning Commission Annual Conference
Chicago, IL ▪ April 8, 2013
Why campus-level student learning outcomes evaluation and reporting is necessary
University of Kansas’s experience implementing the AAC&U VALUE Rubrics campus-wide
VSA College Portrait template for reporting results for accountability
The culture of college needs to evolve, particularly with regard to “perverse institutional incentives” that reward colleges for enrolling and retaining students rather than for educating them.
Quote from Richard Arum in “Academically Adrift”, 18 January 2011, Inside Higher Ed
College Portrait re-focus from “college selection tool” to “consumer information tool to demonstrate effectiveness of educational programs”
Student Learning Outcome Instrument options:
CAAP, CLA, ETS Proficiency Profile
AAC&U VALUE rubrics – critical thinking, written communication
College Portrait website: Assessment & Accountability Reportingwww.collegeportraits.org
Reports & Presentations: www.voluntarysystem.org
Paul Klute, University of Kansas
Christine Keller, VSA Executive Director
Teri Hinds, VSA Associate Director