When the St. John Fisher College Educational Assessment Leadership Team set out to make assessment information readily accessible, they looked to the NILOA Transparency Framework to serve as a guiding template. Recognizing its use nationally to clearly communicate the six assessment components with hexagons, they saw the NILOA model as the ideal format for the design of the institutional assessment website. Assessment results could be organized with the comprehensive, straightforward NILOA graphic. What they did not expect, however, was that the process of adopting the framework would transform not just how assessment “looked”, but how they saw it as well.
Sweet, Cathy S.; Hollenbeck, Lori A.; Critchlow, Caroline A.; and Souza, Jane M., "Using the NILOA Transparency Framework: It's All About the Process" (2015). Educational Effectiveness Assessment Faculty/Staff Publications. Paper 3.
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