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Meet with Joan Watson. Program Assessment Options – Digication Help Desk. The Digication Committee Assessment application provides an opportunity for your committee members to quickly assess student work with a few simple clicks.

Program Assessment Options – Digication Help Desk

By correlating the collected student submissions with a rubric, you can easily generate statistics on thousands of pieces of student work. Each time a reviewer logs in to review work, he or she will see a list of assignments they need to assess. These Committee Assessment results can then be correlated to assure consistent reviewing criteria, encourage stronger learning outcomes in a specific course, or chart the progress of students throughout their enrollment at your school. While we are able to accomodate a wide range of situations, we understand that each school has language and use cases unique to them. Language used to describe our service and the language your school uses may not match perfectly, so please take a minute to review some general concepts. Your school may have many Programs that you want to assess. Program Assessment Options – Digication Help Desk. Understanding Assessment In Digication – Digication Help Desk.

Digication enables authentic program and institutional level assessments by archiving ePortfolio-based student work and enabling complex statistical analyses of the archived ePortfolios.

Understanding Assessment In Digication – Digication Help Desk

The assessment process involves several steps that tie the initial stages of student work collection to the final stage of reporting on the institution’s or a program’s learning outcomes. The first step in any assessment process is constituted by the collection of student ePortfolios or other types of file submissions. This is necessary to have an adequate sample of student work on which statistical analyses can be run and which can yield accurate information about the status of a program. Digication permits students to integrate in their ePortfolios materials in a variety of formats, e.g. rich text, image, audio, video. Requesting a Program Assessment Setup – Digication Help Desk. To begin using Digication's Program/Committee Assessment System, we will need your school to provide us with answers to the following questions for each assessment cycle you'd like to create: Name of "Program" (such as Education, Engineering or General Education)Name of "Sample" (such as Writing 101, Spring Semester 2014 or FYE Seminar 2012-14)Names/email addresses of reviewers/admins/viewers Courses/assignments/steps where the submissions to be assessed have been submitted in Digication at your school (More specific is best, but we'll work with you if we have questions.)

Requesting a Program Assessment Setup – Digication Help Desk

Size of the desired sample (e.g. all available submissions, 20% of pool, 200 submissions) Rubric or rubrics to be used in the assessment Assignment of submissions guidelines (e.g. how many reviewers per piece of evidence, any special instructions or restrictions, whether you'll want to do a tie-breaker round to reassess submissions that have reviewers who disagreed by X score.) Digication Assessment Management System Help Guide. Assessment Management System Overview. Using Teacher Rubrics and Standard Rubrics to Score Student Work within a Course – Digication Help Desk. Teacher rubrics-which have been created by faculty-and standards rubrics-which are attached to program and/or institutional standards (learning outcomes)-are both identical in terms of how faculty use them to score work; the only difference between them being how the output of those scores manifest in the various reports available as part of Digication's assessment management system (AMS).

Using Teacher Rubrics and Standard Rubrics to Score Student Work within a Course – Digication Help Desk

This guide will show you how to find student work and score it using both types of rubrics as well as how to view the results of each. Scoring Student Work Using a Teacher Rubric Navigate to the assignment tab within your course and click on the cell for a student submission that is labelled as "Waiting for Faculty" From the assignment progress window that pops up, click on the link to the student's work to open it in a new browser tab for review After the work has been reviewed, return to the tab where the assignment progress window is still open and click on the link labelled "Submit Assessment"

How do I begin using Digication's Program Assessment tools? – Digication Help Desk. To begin using Digication's Program/Committee Assessment System we will need your school to provide us with answers to the following questions for each assessment cycle you'd like to create: Name of "Program" (such as Education, Engineering or General Education)Name of "Sample" (such as Writing 101, Spring Semester 2014 or FYE Seminar 2012-14)Names/email addresses of reviewers/admins/viewers Courses/assignments/steps where the submissions to be assessed have been submitted in Digication at your school (More specific is best, but we'll work with you if we have questions.)

How do I begin using Digication's Program Assessment tools? – Digication Help Desk

Size of the desired sample (e.g. all available submissions, 20% of pool, 200 submissions) Rubric or rubrics to be used in the assessment Assignment of submissions guidelines (e.g. how many reviewers per piece of evidence, any special instructions or restrictions, whether you'll want to do a tie-breaker round to reassess submissions that have reviewers who disagreed by X score.) VALUE Rubrics.