Iowa State University: A Case Study on the Institutional Dynamics and Climate for Student Assessment and Academic Innovation

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2000
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The Regents of the University of Michigan
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Iowa State University has a rich context in which to study the evolution of student assessment and undergraduate teaching and learning. ISU exists in a complex, but not uncommon, web of state mandates, institutional desires to be perceived as a national leader in many fields, and public demands for the institution to meet a wide variety of educational and service needs. This report examines the institutional dynamics and climate for students.

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education, higher--Wisconsin (State), higher education system, educational attainment, academic environment
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