VALUE Scoring Collaborative
Any higher education institution, department, program, consortium, or provider may submit student work to the VALUE Scoring Collaborative for third-party evaluation using the VALUE rubric approach.
Through the VALUE Scoring Collaborative (formerly the VALUE Institute), certified faculty members and educators evaluate student work using widely accepted standards for each learning outcome represented in the VALUE rubrics.
Any higher education institution, department, program, consortium, or provider may upload samples of student work to a digital repository for assessment.
To better gauge student learning and institutional teaching, the VALUE Scoring Collaborative examines achievement across student population groups, such as first-generation students, racial and ethnic groups, and their year in school. The Collaborative uses this data to construct a national macro-view of the quality of student learning in higher education based on AAC&U’s Essential Learning Outcomes.
VALUE Rubrics for the Outcomes covered by the Scoring Collaborative
By the Numbers (2014-2019)
Pieces of scored student work
Colleges and Universities
4-Year / 2-Year Institutions