Those of you who are engaged in humanities and liberal arts programs will find the book enlightening and informative. The book, consisting of 19 chapters, responds to questions, such as:
- "How do we accurately depict and assess humanities outcomes that are often perceived as sublime and ineffable?"
- "How can we localize assessment within the discipline?"
- "How do we ensure ownership of assessment and make assessment a collaborative and useful process?"
In concordance with the publication of the book, a "National Symposium on Assessment in the Humanities" was held at Miami University on February 23rd and 24th, 2011. The papers presented at the symposium is scheduled to be available online soon (according to the website). Stay tuned!