Self-Regulation and Academic Integrity

Assessment is a developmental and sustainable process that fosters self-regulated learning, academic integrity and the ability for students to be life-long learners

As part of selected assessment activities, integrate elements of reflection, self-assessment and goal setting, focusing on how students can use assessment results to influence future work.


ePortfolio Assignment (Interview with Dr. Robin Mueller)

Assessing Students in International Studies (Interview with Dr. Mryka Hall-Beyer)


Sustainable assessment: Rethinking assessment for the learning society: David Boud (2000)

Assessment for learning: Sally Brown (2004)

Guiding principles and recommendations for the assessment of competence: Nadine J. Kaslow and Associates (2007)

Laying a foundation for lifelong learning: Case studies of e-assessment in large 1st – year classes : David Nicol (2007)

Assessment to improve learning in higher education: The BEAR Assessment system: Mark Wilson and Kathleen Scalise (2006)