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Assessment & Grading
- LSU PS 44, which provides policies for grades
- Columbia University: Effective Grading
- Columbia University: Effective Testing
- Penn State: Assessment Exercises
- University of Oregon: Grading (FAQS) (note that some of this is specific to U-OR, but this does include some general guidelines).
- University of North Carolina: Improving Multiple Choice Questions
- University of North Carolina: Writing and Grading Essay Questions
- Pokorny, Helen and Pamela Pickford. 2010. "Complexity, Cues and Relationships: Student Perceptions of Feedback." Active Learning in Higher Education 11(1): 21-30.
- Rae, Agnes M. and David K. Cochrane. 2008. "Listening to Students: How to Make Written Assessment Feedback Useful." Active Learning in Higher Education 9(3): 217-230.
- Strong, Brent, Mark Davis, and Val Hawks. 2004. “Self-Grading in Large General Education Classes: A Case Study." College Teaching March: 52-57.
- Bloom, Davida. 2009. "Collaborative Test Taking: Benefits for Learning and Retention." College Teaching Fall: 216-220.
- Kuo, Trudy and Albert Simon. 2009. "How Many Tests Do We Really Need?" College Teaching Summer: 156-160.
- Mansilla, Veronica Boix, Elizabeth Dawes Duraisingh, Christopher R. Wolfe, and Carolyn Haynes. 2009. "Targeted Assessment Rubric: An Empirically Grounded Rubric for Interdisciplinary Writing." Journal of Higher Education 80(3): 334-353.
- Gordon, Michael E. and Charles H. Fay. 2010. "Effects of Grading and Teaching Practices on Students' Perceptions of Grading Fairness. College Teaching 58(3): 93-98.
- Drouin, Michelle A. 2010. "Group-Based Formative Summative Assessment Relates to Improved Student Performance and Satisfaction." Teaching of Psychology 37(2): 114-118.
- Fluckiger, Jarene, Yvonne Tixier y Vigil, Rebecca Pasco and Kathy Danielson. 2010. "Formative Feedback: Involving Students as Partners in Assessment to Enhance Learning." College Teaching 58(4): 136-140.
- Mansilla, Veronica Boix and Elizabeth Dawes Duraising. 2007. "Targeted Assessment of Students' Interdisciplinary Work: An Empirically Grounded Framework Proposed." Journal of Higher Education 215-237.
- Nicol, David. 2007. "E-Assessment by Design: Using Multiple-Choice Tests to Good Effect." Journal of Further and Higher Education 31(1): 53-64.
- Zepke, Nick and Linda Leach. 2010. "Beyond Hard Outcomes: 'Soft' Outcomes and Engagement as Student Success." Teaching in Higher Education 15(6): 661-673.
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