“We are an open learning space that curates content for faculty and assessment professionals through housed resources and tools for student learning outcomes, teaching and learning, program review and accreditation.”
"At CRESST, we are leading the discussion in assessment design, implementation, scoring, and evidence of high-quality measures and their constructive applications to students of various backgrounds—across diverse educational settings. Our expertise also extends to innovative programs that shape and define technological architectures for assessment and learning. In addition, we are well-versed in performance assessment at scale, and we are driving the next generation of psychometric, statistical, and computational models and approaches for improved evidence-based inferences."
The Knowledge Base - "An online hypertext textbook on applied social research methods that covers everything you want to know about defining a research question, sampling, measurement, research design and data analysis."
- Selecting Statistics: "An online statistical advisor! Answer the questions and it will lead you to an appropriate statistical test for your data."
- Computer Simulations for Research Design: "This is a complete online workbook that introduces the use of computer simulations in applied social research designs. There are two versions of each of the simulations, one accomplished manually (by rolling dice) and the other done using the MINITAB statistical package."
- Concept Mapping: "A resource guide for learning about structured conceptual mapping."