Creating a Culture of Assessment in Writing Programs and Beyond
College Composition and Communication
assessment, writing programs
Rhetoric and Composition
As writing-program administrators and faculty are being called upon more frequently to help design and facilitate large-scale assessments, it becomes increasingly important for us to see assessment as integral to our work as academics. This article provides a framework, based on current historical, theoretical, and rhetorical knowledge, to help writing specialists understand how to embrace assessment as a powerful mechanism for improved teaching and learning at their institutions.
Moore, Cindy; O'Neill, Peggy; and Huot, Brian (2009). Creating a Culture of Assessment in Writing Programs and Beyond. College Composition and Communication 61(1), W107-W132. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.kent.edu/engpubs/77