Institutional leaders looking to make evidence-based plans about assessment efforts on campus can do so using data from the Faculty Survey of Assessment Culture. As a parallel instrument to the Administrators Survey of Assessment Culture and the Student Affairs Survey of Assessment Culture, this survey collects valuable information on faculty perceptions and practices related to assessment. Responses are anonymously recorded for all faculty teaching a credit-generating course in the semester of administration.
A DRAFT of the questions on the Faculty Survey of Assessment Culture can be found here. This is a password protected file. The password along with any other inquiries can be obtained by contacting the project's Principal Investigator, Dr. Matthew Fuller at email@example.com.
Our Frequently Asked Questions page will answer many of your questions about the Faculty Survey. The Faculty Survey of Assessment Culture can provide institutions with excellent information on faculty perceptions and led to innovations in how institutions engage in assessment, accountability, and accreditation efforts. Check out our Testimonials Page for examples of how other institutions have used their data for improvement.\
This project is approved by the Sam Houston State University Institutional Review Board, Protocol 2013-08-11722.