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An Accreditor’s View of Assessment

A discussion with Jamienne S. Studley from the WASC Senior College and University Commission

Post Date: January 8, 2021

This discussion with Jamienne S. Studley from the WASC Senior College and University Commission is the sixth in a series of brief video interviews with leaders of the seven regional accrediting bodies in US higher education. To get an accreditor’s view of assessment, we asked each leader what they have been hearing and thinking about during the pandemic related to two critical areas: the campus climate toward assessment at their member institutions and what expectations the accreditors have for useful evidence of student learning.

An Accreditor’s View of Assessment withJamienne S. Studley

These interviews are part of the Next-Gen Assessment multimedia series coordinated by M. David Miller (University of Florida), Tammie Cumming (Brooklyn College, CUNY), Gladys Palma de Schrynemaker (CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies), and Terrel Rhodes (AAC&U).

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