Sounding the Charge: Implementing an Outcomes-Based Assessment Plan Within a Legal Education Program

August 13, 2015

While the health sciences education industry understands the value in creating tagged assessments and mining this data -- traditionally, this has been a taboo idea in the world of legal education. Vermont Law is hoping to sound the charge and show that these methodologies can be just as impactful for programs and students in law programs. ExamSoft is already implemented at nearly 70% of US law schools, all they need do is change their way of thinking on how assessment can be a part of the process, and not just the end result. Join us for a webinar that will detail how the Vermont Law School has begun the process of implementing an outcomes-based assessment plan, and how faculty and students are reacting to this new way of thinking.


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