Why? As engineering, technology, computing, and applied science educators focus on outcomes-based accreditation processes, there is an on-going need to discover and use the best processes for developing and implementing effective assessment methods to support quality assurance of curricula. For the third year, this symposium has been recognized by the National Academy of Engineering's Center for the Advancement of Scholarship on Engineering Education (CASEE) as a Dissemination Channel. Workshops and seminars with this designation are, "...trusted information resources that adhere to high quality standards in the identification, selection, preparation, and transmission of knowledge." Each session proposal has been peer reviewed to be sure that it meets the goals of the Symposium. What? The symposium will provide opportunities to learn about assessment methods and how they can be used to validate and improve student learning outcomes. There is a great deal of assessment expertise currently available; this symposium will provide additional opportunities for participants to learn from each other. An intensive two days will be spent learning about a variety of assessment methods and processes. Concurrent sessions will feature 50-minute "how to" presentations. In addition, 80-minute and 3-hour workshops will provide both in-depth information and practice on a variety of assessment topics. There will be over fifty sessions and workshops from which to choose. Who? Any engineering, technology, computing, or applied science educator interested in learning more about assessment and its relationship to accreditation should attend. The symposium will be of particular benefit to deans, department heads, faculty, and assessment professionals. Institutional teams are encouraged.

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