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2003 Annual Conference Proceedings
Assessing students' communication abilities may prove challenging to faculty members in schools of engineering and technology. This piece discusses how faculty members at one institution designed a communication assessment process that took these challenges (lack of confidence, lack of time, and a lack of a perception of benefits) into account. Several of these principles may apply to other institutions as they design programmatic communication assessment. Obstacles encountered in assessingdoi:10.18260/1-2--11448 fatcat:z25zwtnqs5do3agcfglmokllc4