2007 Best Assessment Processes IX
Engineering, Technology, Computing, Applied Science


A working Symposium

 On the campus of
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Terre Haute, Indiana

April 12-14, 2007

Symposium Highlights

Over 60 sessions and workshops include:

  • Advisory boards involvement in the accreditation process
  • Collaborations between technical programs and assessment/evaluation professionals
  • Direct and indirect measures
  • Effective assessment processes
  • Efficient assessment processes
  • Elements of an effective assessment plan
  • Embedding assessment in what programs are already doing
  • Faculty involvement in the accreditation processes
  • Qualitative and quantitative methods
  • Successful examples of how results are reported
  • Determining and measuring objectives
  • Using technology in the assessment process
  • Using results to improve the program

Closing Plenary, Dr. Gloria Rogers,
Associate Executive Director Professional Services, ABET, Inc.

For more information, please contact Judy Hougtalen, Symposium Coordinator, at (812)872-6241 or via email at

If you would like to order past symposium materials, please print and fill out the order form below and fax it to Judy Houghtalen, Symposium Coordinator, at (812)877-8931. Thank you for your interest!

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Best Assessment Processes IX
Sponsored by:


Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology