The QA Commons is mindful of the dramatic and transformational impact COVID-19 is having on all institutions of higher education. As an organization, we are adapting our services to support preparing graduates for the workplace that is now changing more precipitously than ever.
The European Higher Education Area continues to demonstrate (since the Bologna Agreement in 1999) a commitment to including students in meaningful ways, such as by collecting student feedback and allowing opportunities for students to influence conversations on quality.
The International Journal for Students as Partners (IJSaP) is a new journal about learning and teaching together in higher education. IJSaP explores new perspectives, practices, and policies regarding how students and staff are working in partnership to enhance learning and teaching in higher education.
Ann E. Damiano, Dean of Assessment at Utica College, offers a NILOA Guest Viewpoint.
Students employed in the Office of Academic Assessment at Bowling Green State University take an active role in gathering information on student learning experiences.
The Provost Assessment Scholars at the University of Scranton is a new special program for undergraduate students through the Office of Educational Assessment. These student scholars investigate issues brought to them by “stakeholders” on campus by conducting student-led focus groups. They analyze the focus group data and provide a summary report and recommendations to the stakeholders on the issue.
A toolbox from the American Institute of Physics.
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