Thank you for sharing your program’s current assessment plan. It is very comprehensive. It shows that you have put a lot of work to it.
If you are planning to revise or enhance your existed plan you may like to check out the CAS Standards. The College Reading and Learning Association CRLA has posted the updated version of the CAS Standards on its website at crla.net so use the search agent to track it down or use this link: http://standards.cas.edu/getpdf.cfm?PDF=E86D2FCA-DBEC-AD47-33AB941E185E1E67 I hope this is helpful.
Also, please consider presenting to the CRLA 2019 conference on this topic. I think a lot of our colleagues will be interested to learn more about it.
Let me know if you have any further questions.
Director, Peer Tutoring Program
1 Meserve Hall
I am in the process of revising my program’s assessment plan, and I would greatly appreciate any of you who are willing to share your assessment plan with me. We’ve been using our current plan (attached) for about five years, and our goal is to streamline the number of outcomes we assess each year. Additionally, I’d like to identify more direct measures to assess the skills our tutors demonstrate in their sessions.
If you have questions about our current assessments, please feel free to contact me directly: [log in to unmask].
Chesney A. Reich
Director, Writing and Learning Commons
Western Carolina University
207 Belk Building
Division of Student Success
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