Humanities Assessment

Faculty members and graduate students of the German Department are currently participating in a Humanities Assessment Initiative. Faculty from departments at the University of Notre Dame and at Emory University are collaborating. Documents and reports will be made public here as they become available. The Department is a founding member of the Consortium on Useful Assessment of Learning & Humanities Education (CUALHE) and contributes to its mission through continuing research in humanities learning. 

Please follow this link for a program of the October 12-13, 2010, forum of the Consortium on Useful Assessment in Language and Humanities Education. Prof. Marianna Pankova's paper on achieving humanities learning goals, entitled Foreign Language Curriculum as a Means of Achieving Humanities Learning Goals: Assessment of Materials, Pedagogy, and Learner Texts is available here. For program information on the 2016 meeting of CUALHE, please click here

Program information for the 2017 CUALHE meeting is available through this link and the call for papers for CUALHE 2018 is available here