I'd Like to Attend the Workshop
Faculty will review de-identified student work collected from all courses in General Education with General Goals 6, 7, 8, and 9 of General Education which focus on Human Cultures and Information Literacy. It's a great opportunity to be involved and network with colleagues across campus.
- May 22-24 | Tuesday through Thursday
- 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM daily, with breakfast served at 8:30 AM
- Missouri State’s Union Club in Plaster Student Union 400.
- Dress comfortably
What's In It For Me?
- A $500 stipend for all faculty reviewers
- A $15 Starbucks gift card for faculty who submit student work
- Breakfast, lunch, and snacks provided daily
- A Certificate of University Citizenship (Faculty Handbook 126.96.36.199)
I Can Participate
If you would like to be considered as a reviewer in the 2018 Human Cultures Assessment Workshop, please apply here. Preference will be given to Human Cultures and Information Literacy faculty and CGEIP members. Students are encouraged to participate as well!
If you are an instructor of any General Education Human Cultures or Information Literacy course and would like to volunteer a class set of student work samples, please email JuliaCottrell@missouristate.edu.
Submit work in one of three easy ways!
- We'll come pick it up! Just let us know when your submission is ready, and we will pick it up, make copies, and return your originals within two to three days.
- Add Mark Woolsey as an instructor to your BlackBoard course. Let Mark know which assignment you wish to submit and he will pull the class set.
- Email us! Zip a folder and email your student work to Assessment@MissouriState.edu.
The student work you submit will be de-identified and reported in aggregate. Remember, the purpose of this assessment is not to evaluate individual course sections or instructors, but to gain perspective on university-wide student learning related to the Human Cultures SLOs.
Student work will be reviewed with faculty-developed rubrics:
- General Goal 6: Information Literacy
- General Goal 7: Collaboration
- General Goal 8: Social and Behavioral Sciences
- General Goal 9: Humanities and the Arts
These rubrics were developed during the summer of 2017. If you are interested in participating in the Summer 2018 Rubric Development Workshop, email JuliaCottrell@MissouriState.edu.
Any questions? Please contact the Assessment Office by email at email@example.com.
Formerly known as the Quality Initiative Project
The Quality Initiative Project (QIP) is an annual assessment workshop designed to review student learning on a broad level. For two years, the project collected anonymous student samples related to the Public Affairs Mission and participants used a rubric to determine the depth-of-knowledge present in each. The Office of Assessment used results to identify university-wide strengths and areas for improvement.
While the Quality Initiative Project has served its original purpose, and is now used to assess student learning in General Education.