Also see our Training Opportunities offered below! All are offered remotely.
Office of Institutional Assessment Resources
- COVID-19 Related Assessment Resources
- Assessment Training Opportunities
The Office for Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment hosts a number of training opportunities. To best meet the needs of the assessment coordinators across campus, they include a combination of live and at-your-own-speed opportunities.
Anthology Planning Introductory Training: This training was developed for new users to the Campus Labs Planning Module. The purpose of this trainings is to provide a space to learn how to complete their annual assessment plan in the Anthology Planning Module. The first 30 minutes is dedicated to going through the components and mechanics of the software. We will cover topics from logging into Planning to how to link your different assessment components together, with time for questions as we go along. The last 30 minutes will be dedicated working live in the system. Once you sign-up, you will be sent a worksheet to complete beforehand that we will then add into Planning. Trainings will be limited to 8 people per session. Additional offerings for each will be added as needed. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a training or meeting for your program/unit, please email Rob Essaf at email@example.com. Introductory Training Sign-Up Link
Open Office Hours: The purpose of the open office hours is to provide 1 on 1 time for folks already familiar with the Anthology Planning Module to ask questions specific to their areas. The agenda will be determined through communication between OIEA and the participant(s) signed up for each slot. If additional follow-up is needed, another meeting can be scheduled outside of these hours. Groups are also more than welcome to sign-up and come together, but please only have 1 person sign-up as the point of contact. Office Hours Sign-Up Link
At your own pace
Annual Assessment Basics: This module covers components and constructs our campus partners will need to be familiar with in order to complete their Annual Assessment plan and report. This module can be accessed here. If you have any faculty or staff in your unit you feel would benefit from this introductory module, please email their names to Abby Baker (firstname.lastname@example.org), our office GA, and she can enroll those individuals as students in this course.
- Assessment Resources & Guidelines
Guidelines and Tools
Archived resources contain valuable information that may not always be up to date with current Clemson policies and procedures.
- Surveys and Indirect Measures
- External Resources
SACSCOC Principles of Accreditation (effective January 1, 2018)
New to Assessment? (NILOA)
Writing Learning Outcomes Worksheet (Campus Labs)
Developing an Effective Assessment Map (Buttner / NILOA)
VALUE Rubrics (AAC&U)
Co-Curricular Outcomes Assessment and Accreditation (Busby, 2015)