A Communication Assessment Primer is an excellent resource for any
department that wants to improve student learning by developing effective
assessment programs. This publication is designed to help communication
departments create the right assessment program and ensure that their students
are learning everything they need to know. Edited by Phil Backlund, Ph.D., and
Gay Wakefield, Ph.D., each chapter is written by professors who have extensive
interest in, and experience with, successful assessment programs.
Topics and authors covered in this book include:
Assessing Communication Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes, Phil Backlund,
Timothy J. Detwiler, Pat Arneson, and Mary Ann Danielson
Assessment Expectations from the Regional Accreditation Commissions, Scott
Assessment and Planning, Rebecca Wolfe and Gay Wakefield
Assessment and Learning, Diane S. Krider
Links Between Student-Learning Outcomes and Assessment Tools, Diane S.
Krider and Timothy J. Detwiler
End-of-Major Assessment Procedures, Sherry Wien
Linking Assessment Results with Faculty Development, Scott A. Chadwick
Demystifying the Programmatic Review Process: Ensuring Quality Control
Fostering Faculty Development, and Motivating Faculty, Dacia Charlesworth
Assessing Communication as Part of General Education, Ellen A. Hay and
Michelle Epstein Garland
Student-Learning Outcome Assessment and Service-Learning in the
Communication Classroom, Toni Whitfield and Donald Martin
Assessing Intercultural Communication: Models and Methods, Gerald W.
Driskill, Sasha Arjannikova, and Tifany Schneider
Assessing Communication in P-12 Classrooms, Douglas K. Jennings
Assessment Resources on the Web, Tatyana Dumova and Ann
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