Office of Quality, Curriculum, and Assessment

Terrel

Rhodes

Vice President
Office of Quality, Curriculum, and Assessment and Executive Director of VALUE
AAC&U

Periodical Articles

Liberal Education, Winter 2017
Issue: 
Taking Stock of the Assessment Movement
Liberal Education,
Winter 
2017

By Terrel Rhodes

Issue: 
Integrating Evidence: The STIRS Approach
Peer Review,
Fall 
2016

Terrel Rhodes, AAC&U

Peer Review, Winter 2014
Issue: 
E-Portfolios: For Reflection, Learning, and Assessment
Peer Review,
Winter 
2014

By Terrel Rhodes, Association of American Colleges and Universities

Issue: 
Assessing Learning Outcomes: Lessons from AAC&U's VALUE Project
Peer Review,
Winter 
2009

The higher education community continues to engage in efforts to effectively communicate among colleagues and with audiences outside the academy about what students are learning in college and the value of a college degree. Calls for greater accountability for student learning have focused, however, on the simplest of indicators related to student success, e.g. retention and graduation rates. It is important that students who come to higher education remain and successfully complete their studies, of course.

Peer Review, Fall 2011/Winter 2012
Issue: 
Assessing Liberal Education Outcomes Using VALUE Rubrics
Peer Review,
Fall/Winter 
2011

Terrel L. Rhodes, Association of American Colleges and Universities

Peer Review, Winter 2007
Issue: 
Student Preparation, Motivation, and Achievement
Peer Review,
Winter 
2007

By Terrel Rhodes

Liberal Education, Spring 2003
Issue: 
The Courage to Question: Liberal Education for the 21st Century
Liberal Education,
Spring 
2003

By Terry L. Rhodes
Collaboration between high schools and universities involves the coordination of their shared learning outcomes. Portland State University has incorporated a collaborative program into its University Studies curriculum.