Criteria: Creativity

The website communicates information on student learning outcomes assessment and/or results in new and innovative ways including integration of multiple measures and use of alternative media such as videos, interactive graphs, or data displays.


SUNY University at Albany

SUNY University at Albany’s Student Success Assessment website offers a collection of infographics designed to highlight assessment of various student affairs offices and programs. The infographics present data from a number of campus resources, including Career Services, Campus Safety, Parents Council, Student Involvement and Leadership, and Conflict Resolution and Civic Responsibility. Also included are infographics… Read more »

North Dakota State University

North Dakota State University’s student affairs assessment website features videos, reports, and infographics designed to communicate NDSU’s student affairs assessment data to a variety of audiences. On the assessment resources┬ápage, site visitors can view a short video introducing student affairs assessment activities at NDSU, as well as links to video tutorials on using Excel to… Read more »

Kansas State University

Kansas State University’s Office of Assessment website features interactive infographics outlining Kansas State’s senior survey and NSSE data. The infographics allow site visitors to sort and view survey data, and the site provides detailed information on the survey results presented in the infographics. The site also provides information on Kansas State’s annual conference, Institute for… Read more »

SUNY Geneseo

SUNY Geneseo has created an Academic Assessment Wiki which details assessment activities across the Geneseo campus. Each academic program maintains a page on the Wiki outlining the program’s learning outcomes, recent assessment-related actions, and a statement on how the program is working to close the assessment loop. The Wiki also provides a detailed plan for… Read more »

Degree Qualifications Profile in Oregon

The DQP in Oregon website outlines the efforts of the seven-campus Oregon University System and Oregon’s seventeen independent community colleges to develop a Degree Qualifications Profile that is specific to Oregon. The site features ongoing projects, including interactive spidergraphs for each of the twenty-four institutions represented in the DQP in Oregon, which allow visitors to… Read more »