ABSTRACT

In this article, the authors share the “pandemic” assessment method advanced after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, a method based in longstanding assessment processes in their institution’s General Education program and reimagined through collegial interactions among faculty. After identifying what changed in their program-level assessment processes, and how, they identify key findings from two aspects of the assessment: student comments on end-of-term course evaluations and faculty comments from a portfolio review process. Finally, they offer their program’s takeaways from this revised assessment approach, including the elements from the pandemic year that they will continue to draw on into the future.

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