Assessment and Student Learning

The purpose of this webpage is two-fold. First, this site will provide a publically accessible space to communicate ENMU-Roswell’s ongoing and systematic assessment of student learning. Second, this site will show how assessment results are being used to improve teaching and learning outcomes and inform planning and budgeting decisions

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  • We believe that everyone who works at ENMU-Roswell wants to improve student learning outcomes. Because of this desire to improve student learning, instructors, program leaders, advisors, and many others make adjustments to what they do in hope of improving these outcomes. Regrettably, much of this good work happens in the dark without anyone knowing.

    We want to shine a light on your good work! We hope that this form will be a way for us to capture some of this good work and be a way to share best practices. We also hope people will share those things that didn’t work as well or which were only partially successful. While sharing your struggles is not nearly as fun as sharing your successes, people often learn the most from those things that did not work as originally intended. We would also like to know what did not work (and why not) to avoid replicating the unintended consequences of strategies or innovations.

    Information entered into this form will be compiled by ENMU-Roswell’s Institutional Research Office and brought before the Institutional Assessment Committee for discussion and action. We hope to regularly share this information to find best practices, support accreditation needs, and support campus professional development events.

  • Define the Problem or Question

  • Describe Assessment Results and Analysis

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    Accepted file types: pdf, docx, xlsx, csv.
    Upload data sets here. Be sure not to upload student information or any data that violates FERPA regulations. If you have questions about data, contact Todd DeKay in the Office of Institutional Research at todd.dekay@roswell.enmu.edu