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Assessment Tools

These resources are intended to supplement the overviews found in the “Unpacking Assessment” pages. Faculty and chairs will find information here on ways or constructing rubrics, links to relevant organizations and archives, and bibliographies. As with the “Unpacking Assessment” pages, we invite others to submit additional information or suggestions for these pages. (For example, while rubrics are commonplace in assessment, there are also recent theories of assessment that argue for alternatives to rubrics. We want these pages to reflect and point to the multifaceted and diverse world of assessment theories and approaches that exist in hopes of enabling faculty to determine which assessment models and approaches best fit their needs.)