Applying Indirect Measures to Outcomes Assessment | Watermark Solution Tour

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Hunter Simmons, Watermark Solution Engineer

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Direct and indirect measures work together to create a complete picture of student learning, but it can be challenging to capture and connect indirect measurements in assessment reports. With Watermark Planning & Self-Study and Course Evaluations & Surveys, you can link student feedback to course and institutional learning outcomes to gain deeper insight into student performance. You'll learn how these solutions work together to: - Reduce time spent on data entry and administration by creating a seamless connection between systems - Create a single source of accurate, up-to-date data for ad hoc, annual, and accreditation reporting - Encourage richer assessment practices and deeper reflection by providing more complete, readily accessible evidence for action planning This is a replay of a previously-recorded presentation.
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