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Catalyzing assignment design activity on your campus: Lessons from NILOA’s assignment library initiative.

November 2014

The National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA) set out in the fall of 2013, with Lumina funding, to create an online “Assignment Library” of faculty-designed and peer-reviewed assignments linked to DQP proficiencies. NILOA has received numerous requests to share what is being learned through the Assignment Library initiative as campuses are eager to have models they can use to foster and support serious work on assignment design by faculty and others—for instance student affairs staff and librarians—who create, monitor, and evaluate the tasks and activities that shape student learning. Meeting that demand is our purpose in this report.

Catalyzing assignment design activity on your campus: Lessons from NILOA’s assignment library initiative.

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Please cite as: Hutchings, P., Jankowski, N. A., & Ewell, P. T. (2014). Catalyzing assignment design activity on your campus: Lessons from NILOA’s assignment library initiative. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois and Indiana University, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA).

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For additional information on the assignment library or to browse assignments, visit the DQP Assignment Library at www.assignmentlibrary.org.