The word “assessment” is often used in the context of students’ academics: measuring the learning that takes place in formal coursework. Let me suggest, though, that there are ways that administrators and staff who work in student services can both engage in their own assessment and help the academic side of the house with learning outcomes assessment.
(I’m speaking on this topic at the AALS Annual Meeting on Saturday, January 4, at 2:45 pm in Washington 1, if you’re interested in hearing more. My slides are attached here.)
Law schools employ many type of professionals besides faculty. A given law school may also have Continue reading