Register for VALUE Institute Participation
Registration for the 2018-2019 VALUE Institute is now closed.
Pricing and Administration Summary:
Participants currently may select from seven learning outcomes (VALUE rubrics) for their VALUE Institute assessment purpose. The seven learning outcomes can be found here.
You may choose to assess one learning outcome or multiple learning outcomes. No matter your selection, a maximum of 100 artifacts can be assessed per learning outcome, and if appropriate a single artifact may be assessed for a maximum of two learning outcomes.
The VALUE Institute holds one scoring session each summer. In other words, work submitted by institutions during the 2018-2019 season will have their work scored in Summer, 2019 with results and reports distribution in early Fall, 2019. Soon after, registration for the 2019-2020 season will open.
Basic Level fee: $6,000.
Services included in the basic level fee:
*Please note that the aggregate reports currently reflect the learning outcomes that receive the most VALUE Institute participation; in other words, as the database scales, the VALUE Institute will be able to provide aggregate reports for all learning outcomes. Currently, Written Communication, Critical Thinking, and Quantitative Literacy are the learning outcomes commonly featured in the aggregate reports shared with all VALUE Institute participants.
Each additional learning outcome fee:
$4,000 $3,000 (new price!)
Services are the same as above, but you may:
A) submit 100 different artifacts for an additional learning outcome; or
B) have the same 100 artifacts assessed for an additional learning outcome.*
* NOTE: Each artifact can only be assessed on up to two different learning outcomes.
Advice on whether to select one or more outcomes for VALUE Institute assessment:
Some institutions prefer to assess one learning outcome per year, for example Critical Thinking in year 1 and Written Communication in year 2.
Some institutions prefer to assess more than one learning outcome per year, for example Critical Thinking and Written Communication in year 1, then Quantitative Literacy and Ethical Reasoning in year 2.
The most important thing your institution should determine before registering is your purpose for VALUE Institute assessment. How do you plan to use your results?
Advice on how often your institution should submit student work for VALUE Institute assessment:
Some institutions choose to assess the same learning outcome every year (yearly) in order to evaluate whether students are meeting skill development and knowledge competency expectations. Others assess one or multiple learning outcomes one year, then use a few years to interpret, share, and act on their VALUE Institute results before re-engaging with the assessment process.
Register for the VALUE Institute:
Please visit this page again in Fall, 2019 to register for the 2019-2020 VALUE Institute!
Remember, you can also contact a VALUE Institute staff member at email@example.com to learn more before making the commitment.