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Teaching & Learning
Meaningful feedback can inform decisions about accreditation and faculty performance review, while supporting a culture of healthy risk-taking and academic progress. Our Course Evaluation tools are designed to emphasize formative assessment and make the process transparent, collaborative, and easy.
Rubrics and Data Collection
Our tools include a library of rubrics for every aspect of student learning, so you can leverage nationally recognized rubrics and benchmark your data. The online centralization of collected data provides easy access for all stakeholders. Link your assessment data and connect it directly to your program review.
How will you know if your courses are designed to maximize success in expected outcomes? With our tools, you can connect your rubric data, measure outcomes at each level of your institution, compare results over multiple terms, and incorporate evidence into your strategic plan.
Just as faculty benefit from a way to confirm their impact in the classroom, you’ll want to know the impact of your programs and services. With Campus Labs for Teaching & Learning, you’ll be able to track departmental progress and easily link documentation of milestones with planning and accreditation reports.
Save your faculty hours of time by eliminating repetitive tasks. Our Experiential Learning toolset provides you with customizable templates to quickly place students in community service, student teaching, internships, or clinical experiences with automatically embedded assessments, progress tracking and reporting.
Generate valid and reliable academic assessment data with a simple click. Our ePortfolio toolset is designed to give you the ease-of-use, flexibility and adaptability to help successfully bring students from their education at your institution into their new careers in the workplace.
Uncover insights about everything from how students perform in a class to how effectively Bloom’s or another assessment taxonomy is being applied across departments and divisions. Our tools incorporate data science such as text analytics and sentiment analysis to explore students’ perceptions of their own learning.