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National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment

Making Student Learning Evidence Transparent:
The State of the Art

November 2011

Making Student Learning Evidence Transparent: The State of the Art is composed of four sections which are hyperlinked in the Table of Contents--click on any of the section titles to view a specific report. The sections cover 1) the impact of national transparency initiatives; 2) the changing landscape of transparency; 3) the display of assessment results and their subsequent use; and 4) a synthesis of the previous three sections.

Press Release

Full Report

Please cite as: Jankowski, N., & Provezis, S. (2011). Making Student Learning Evidence Transparent: The State of the Art. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois and Indiana University, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA)

 


"This report may be the most comprehensive examination yet of institutional transparency in terms of student learning outcomes and assessment activities."

George Kuh

George D. Kuh
Chancellor's Professor Emeritus, Indiana University & NILOA Director