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Unformatted Document Text:  Selected Bibliography Angelo, T.A., “Reassessing (and Defining) Assessment.” The AAHE Bulletin 48(2), November 1995, pp. 7-9. (Appearing in the University of Maryland's Middle States Periodic Review Report, 2002). Banta, T. 2007. “Can Assessment for Accountability Complement Assessment for Improvement?” peerReview Spring: 9-12. Banta, T. 2007a. “A Warning on Measuring Learning Outcomes.” Inside Higher Education. January 26. www.insidehighered.com/views.2007/01/26/banta . Gibbs, C. and Simpson, C. 2004. Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, 1: 3-31. Hutchings, P. 1989. “Linking Assessment and Teaching.” Assessment Update 1: 8-11. _________ 1990a. “Learning Over Time: Portfolio Assessment.” American Association for Higher Education Bulletin April: 5-8. Lederman, D. 2007. “When Is Student Learning ‘Good Enough’?” Inside Higher Education. January 26. www.insidehighered.com/news/2007/02/23/accredit. Lingard, Robert. 2007. “A Process for the Direct Assessment of Program Learning Outcomes Based on the Principles and Practices of Software Engineering.” American Society for Engineering Education. Thompson, J.H. 1991. “Outcomes Assessment: One Department’s Experience with Portfolios and Outside Evaluators.” PS: Political Science and Politics December: 715-18. Wahlke, J. 1991. “Liberal Learning and the Political Science Major: A Report to the Profession.” PS: Political Science and Politics March: 48-60. 23

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Selected Bibliography
Angelo, T.A., “Reassessing (and Defining) Assessment.” The AAHE Bulletin 48(2),
November 1995, pp. 7-9. (Appearing in the University of Maryland's Middle States
Periodic Review Report, 2002).
Banta, T. 2007. “Can Assessment for Accountability Complement Assessment for
Improvement?” peerReview Spring: 9-12.
Banta, T. 2007a. “A Warning on Measuring Learning Outcomes.” Inside Higher
Education
. January 26.
Gibbs, C. and Simpson, C. 2004. Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, 1: 3-31.
Hutchings, P. 1989. “Linking Assessment and Teaching.” Assessment Update 1: 8-11.
_________ 1990a. “Learning Over Time: Portfolio Assessment.” American Association
for Higher Education Bulletin
April: 5-8.
Lederman, D. 2007. “When Is Student Learning ‘Good Enough’?” Inside Higher
Education
. January 26. www.insidehighered.com/news/2007/02/23/accredit.
Lingard, Robert. 2007. “A Process for the Direct Assessment of Program Learning
Outcomes Based on the Principles and Practices of Software Engineering.” American
Society for Engineering Education.
Thompson, J.H. 1991. “Outcomes Assessment: One Department’s Experience with
Portfolios and Outside Evaluators.” PS: Political Science and Politics December: 715-18.
Wahlke, J. 1991. “Liberal Learning and the Political Science Major: A Report to the
Profession.” PS: Political Science and Politics March: 48-60.
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