Our charge is as simple and as complicated as understanding student learning at Duke so that administrators, faculty, staff, students, and all other change agents can fully realize James B. Duke’s original charge to “develop our resources, increase our wisdom, and promote human happiness.”
The "general education" is the overall set of competencies, dispositions, habits of mind, and experiences Trinity College wants all students to cultivate regardless of students' individual academic plans (majors, minors, or certificates). Keep Reading
In general, program assessment refers to the process by which individual department, programs, or centers study learning attainment and progress within their specific curricula. It uses many of the same concepts, measures, and strategies as assessment in the General Education, but its domain is an individual program. Keep Reading
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We utilize an online platform that manages the course surveys, users, communications, data collection, and reporting all needed for conducting course evaluations. We offer detailed instructions, examples, users guides, and more for staff, instructors and students.
We will consult with academic programs to develop and revise surveys. We share more information about Qualtrics – the survey tool supported by Duke – as well as provide survey bank questions for areas such as course feedback and advising in the major.
We offer a wealth of resources – including general information, policies and guidelines, online forms, links to a numerous websites containing relevant and useful information, and materials from past assessment presentations and workshops.