Colleges and their departments are creating new ways of communicating program goals to students. When students have program information in an accessible format, they can make decisions in accordance with their budgets, interests, and professional aspirations.
With over three hundred programs and thousands of courses across the university, each with a unique approach and methodology, it always a challenge for programs to get all pertinent details out to students in an ever-changing environment.
The College of Science and Technology is establishing a new standard of best practice at Temple by creating an accessible format for reaching students. Their website is designed to give students easy access to programs, their goals, course scheduling flow charts, undergraduate bulletins, and course descriptions--all in one easy to ready page.
Assessment in the Summer SeriesAssessment in the Summer Series:Working Sessions to Help Programs Develop
Assessment Projects2010 Application to Participate Due May 3rdThe Office of the Deputy Provost is hosting a ...
Posted Mar 31, 2010, 12:07 PM by Stephanie Schull
IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS (ASSESSMENT PLANS) ENTERED BY 2/15/10Please enter an improvement project assessment plan into Outcomes for your program by February 15, 2010. See the following tutorialhttps://blackboard.temple.edu/bbcswebdav/xid-573122_1 that will ...
Posted Feb 8, 2010, 7:52 AM by Stephanie Schull
Weekly Outcomes Lab!Every Monday from 10-12 in the computer lab of Wachman 756
Please stop by for help with using Outcomes. The first hour is reserved for a special topic and ...
Posted Sep 18, 2009, 9:52 AM by Stephanie Schull
AnnouncementsAssessment in the Summer:Working Sessions to Help Programs Develop Assessment ProjectsApplication to ParticipateThe Office of the Deputy Provost is hosting a series of working sessions to assist ...
Posted May 26, 2009, 10:31 AM by Stephanie Schull
When figuring out how best to do assessment in your program, it is natural for faculty to want to do research. Toward that end, we have created a page that will send you on a shortcut to articles, books, search engines, and RSS feeds that will expedite your research. See the site at http://guides.temple.edu/assessment
Teaching and Learning Center
The Teaching and Learning Center works with the Office of the Deputy Provost to support faculty working on through the steps of the assessment cycle. From rubric creation, syllabi construction, assignment design, and creating course objectives, the Center's resident experts can save you time and help you get the results you want. Visit their site http://www.temple.edu/tlc
Measurement and Research
The Measurement and Research Center (MARC) provides accurate and cost-effective service to the Temple community in the areas of test development, test selection, test administration, test scoring, statistical analysis, educational research, data entry, and automated data capture.
MARC develops, administers, and maintains a variety of educational testing programs to provide reliable and valid measures of students' aptitudes, abilities, and proficiencies.
MARC is responsible for scoring, reporting scores, and maintaining records for a variety of testing programs.
MARC provides faculty, students, and administrators with educational support in the areas of test construction and evaluation, faculty evaluation, research, and data capture.
MARC provides guidance in the selection and development of measurement instruments for University testing programs and in the construction of classroom examinations.
MARC assists in the development of data collection instruments, provides assistance in designing research projects, and produces research reports.
MARC provides optical scanning and key data entry services to support the University's Placement Testing, mid-semester and final grade processing, classroom examination processing, faculty and course evaluation, and research data capture programs.