Role of the Center for Teaching, Learning and Assessment (CTLA)
The CTLA, as part of Academic Affairs, is the administrative unit which supports faculty engagement in effective assessment of student learning at the course level. CTLA also supports program level assessment by maintaining this assessment website for both course level and program level assessment.
The faculty, staff, and administration of Indiana University Kokomo share responsibility for assessing their unit's role in achieving the mission of IU Kokomo and in promoting student learning. Academic Affairs and in collaboration with departments, the Faculty Senate Assessment Committee, and the Educational Policies Committee guide and assist units in their assessment efforts. The Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs in Faculty Development and Success offers consultation on all aspects of the program assessment process, including writing plans, designing activities, collecting and analyzing data, and writing reports.
CTLA Web Resources for Assessment
To support a culture of assessment, CTLA offers these online resources for faculty and staff. These online resources include the nine principles of good practice for assessing student learning, explanations for concepts and terms used as a common assessment language, the IU Kokomo's Assessment Policy, assessment activities, assessment results, and links to assessment resources from other institutions.
Click any button below to visit additional resources for assessment or to view a list of CTLA's program assessment plans and reports categorized by year.