A consistent institution-wide grade scale system is clearly defined. Institutions strive to create a culture of assessment that entrenches assessment into policy frameworks, guides, change processes, and increases overall organizational sustainability around supporting student learning
This principle addresses the value of assessment in a broader sense, encouraging universities to create policies to support evidence-based decision making with respect to processes including curriculum development and review, and the recognition of teaching in faculty work.
Assessment Culture and Conversations (Interview with Dr. Leslie Reid)
Core principles effective assessment: James, McInnis and Devlin (2002)
Guiding Principles to Impact an Institution Wide Assessment Initiative: Scott Heinerichs, R. Lorraine Bernotsky and Loretta Rieser Danner (2015)
Assessment and grading at the University of Alberta: policies, practices, and possibilities: Robert W. Luth (2010)
Accountable for what?: Martha L.A. Stassen (2012)
Establishing a Culture of Assessment: Wendy F. Weiner