Combining Direct and Indirect Measures of Student Learning

February 17, 2022

As assessment processes mature, Institutions are looking for ways to easily incorporate both direct and indirect measures of student learning in their outcomes assessments. Watermark is a full service provider that helps you capture these varying sources of data and connect them in your assessment reports, creating a strong and centralized experience.

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