Critical Assessment Practices: A Discussion on When and How to Use Student Learning Data Without Doing Harm
Attendees will gain perspective on critical assessment practices in libraries from three academic librarians currently working with and exploring approaches that incorporate and are rooted in ethical orientations, inclusivity practices, and have impact on student learning as the guiding goal. Critical assessment practices engage critical perspectives and theories to interrogate the structures of power and methodologies that both motivate and facilitate assessment work in academic libraries. This hour-long panel will offer short, ten minute reflections from panelists, followed by twenty minutes of Q&A and discussion.
Fisher, Zoe; Magnus, Ebony; and Branch, Nicole, "Critical Assessment Practices: A Discussion on When and How to Use Student Learning Data Without Doing Harm" (2019). Staff publications, research, and presentations. 205.