Indirect Indicators

Assessment of indirect indicators of student learning is the systematic process of gathering, interpreting, and using information regarding student perceptions of their learning through, for example, surveys, focus groups, and interviews, for the purpose of improving student learning and the quality of academic programs. Indirect indicators ask students to reflect on their learning. Survey results are posted below.

Online Surveys

Forms

Survey Results

Actions Taken by NWIC as a Result of Students' Feedback

Blank Surveys (see results in reports above)