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    Pusecker, K. et. al.
    Peer Review, Fall 2011/Winter2012
    Volume 13/14, Issue 4/1, Pages 27 - 30, Association of American Colleges and Universities
    This article explores how the University of Delaware (UD) implemented the Association of American Colleges and Universities’ VALUE rubrics, as part of its ongoing initiative to create a campus-wide culture of assessment. As UD implemented the VALUE system for assessment, both the value of local adaptation and the limitations of adopting a national testing regimen have become increasingly apparent.


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