University of Phoenix College of Doctoral Studies Releases Special Edition of Phoenix Scholar™ Academic Periodical on Assessment Topics

PHOENIX ~ The University of Phoenix College of Doctoral Studies has released a special edition of its quarterly Phoenix Scholar™ academic research periodical. This edition focuses on assessment in higher education and features articles from across the University Colleges and departments.

Eve Krahe Billings, Ph.D., dean of Academic Innovation & Evaluation at University of Phoenix and guest editor of the issue, said, "As higher education continues to coalesce at this intersection of education and careers, authentic assessment and skills-aligned curriculum at the University of Phoenix cultivates learners who simultaneously demonstrate the comportment indicative of engagement in higher education and in their respective industries."

The special edition includes articles such as "Mindset Matters: Enhancing Grading Practice with a Mindset Check", "Summative or Formative Assessments? That is the Question", "Design 2.0 Innovative Curriculum Initiative, Part 1: Evaluating Implementation Using the Developmental Evaluation Approach", "Design 2.0 Innovative Curriculum Initiative, Part 2: Findings, Effectiveness, and Recommendations", "Curriculum and Program Assessment and Evaluation", "Increasing Learning, Competency, and Employability Through Assessment and Assessment Feedback Practices in Higher Education" , "Supporting DEI Management Strategies and Practices Through Robust Assessment Efforts" ,and "Feedback Strategies and Modalities in Online Higher Education".

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The Phoenix Scholar™ serves as a platform for communicating research results from the University of Phoenix research endeavors to a broader scope of learning and scholarship. Last year it was assigned an International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) by the U.S. ISSN Center at the Library of Congress with online format ISSN 2771-6503 and print format ISSN 2771-6422. The publication findings are contributed by four research centers: Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research (CEITR), Center for Leadership Studies and Educational Research (CLSER), Center for Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Research (CWDIR),and the University of Phoenix Career Institute®.

As leaders in online education for many years now, the university utilizes research to develop solutions in leadership development, workplace diversity improvement as well as instructional technology enhancement to improve student outcomes while helping students faculty members as well as alumni grow their career aspirations.
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