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Large-Scale Assessment of Learning with Juried Assessment

Juried Assessment is a powerful option for a robust learning assessment practice that can be used both for general education and program assessment. However, many colleges and universities struggle to successfully collect and analyze these learning data. During this session, we reviewed best practices for a juried assessment model, including randomized sampling, use of standardized instruments, reviewing for evaluator bias, and analyzing data with an equity-centered lens. We also explored how Anthology Collective Review can assist in a streamlined juried assessment process. Let Anthology guide you through a campus-wide approach to data management that supports your plan, simplifies your process, and streamlines your workflows.

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