Accreditation Woes: Thinking Outside the Box for Program and Course Assessment Design – Competency and Outcome Rubrics in Canvas
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Using competency-based rubrics and proper assessment design in course, program, and/or university levels allows for an instructor and administration to see the level of knowledge attainment for student, course, or full program. This poster will showcase how a degree program approached assessments with a new lens - using Canvas rubrics and outcomes. It will showcase the piloted program data for the MHA program. Even though this data is specific to a graduate degree program, this assessment design can be used by all individuals, courses, and programs!
Las Vegas (Nev.)
UNLV Office of Faculty Affairs
Rubrics; Outcomes; Accreditation; Assessment design; Competency; Healthcare administration
Education | Higher Education | Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Espinoza, Nicole, "Accreditation Woes: Thinking Outside the Box for Program and Course Assessment Design – Competency and Outcome Rubrics in Canvas" (2022). UNLV Best Teaching Practices Expo. 173.
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