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Academic Effectiveness


Sharing the results of assessment, good or bad, is an essential part of a successful assessment program. Faculty can learn from one another. Each department needs to see what the others are doing and how well their efforts are working. Such sharing provides opportunities for departments to engage in peer review, steer away from failed experiences, and replicate successes where appropriate. – Wendy Weiner (2009). “Establishing a culture of assessment.” Academe June/July, AAUP

Program Outcomes
Program Assessment
  • Link to program assessment plans, reports and documentation (WOU campus access only: You will be prompted to provide your paw print – portal – credentials)
Academic Program Review
Plan for Academic Effectiveness
  • How does this all fit together?  Evolving Plan for university-wide assessment of academic effectiveness
Willamette Promise

Willamette Promise is a consortium with OIT, Corban University, 3 ESD’s and almost 40 school districts in our region.  Through the Willamette Promise, WOU provides opportunities for high school students to earn assessment-based college credits for core OTM-AAOT courses.



Sue Monahan, Associate Provost for Academic Effectiveness

503-838-9216 | or e-mail: smonahan@wou.edu  | Location: ITC 205C