Anthology Collective Review
Direct, scalable assessment on your terms
We know assessment is crucial for understanding the health and effectiveness of your programs. With Anthology Collective Review, you can now simplify, streamline, and scale assessment at all levels. Our tool can help ensure unbiased assessments via anonymous review and customizable juried assessment workflows, so you can be sure you are collecting the highest quality data. You’ll be able to measure and — most importantly — understand outcomes with insightful and shareable results.
Easier work collection
Configurable assessment workflows
Truly randomized selections
Student progress monitoring
Optional juried assessments
Quality, stress-free artifact collection and distribution
Simplify artifact collection through bulk imports and direct user uploads. Compile work samples from a single program or across your entire institution, and upload virtually any type of digital content for smooth assessment of programs, gen-ed, or institutional outcomes.
Match your workflow needs without changing strategies
Keep your assessment processes intact throughout the term — or at the end — without upending your current progress. Add assessor pools for simultaneous juried assessment, agreement reporting, and in-depth analytics on student learning.
Produce, analyze, and share with flexible reporting
Craft dynamic reports to analyze student progress by assessment instrument or learning outcome. View learner progress over time by cohort or program and share results with stakeholders, making it easy to take action for program improvement and accreditation.
Bolster assessment validity with randomized selections
Reduce bias with an integrated sampling process. Automatically determine a statistically valid sample size based on your population right within the system, and randomly distribute student work for assessment. Use juried assessment and percent agreement reporting to generate the most valid and reliable data to provide workflow flexibility.
Since the implementation of Collective Review, at least 75% of our assessments are now being rated and reported electronically. This has helped to redeem some of our faculty’s limited time and our university’s personnel resources. Additionally, it is much easier for faculty and the IE office to track rating progress on assessments.
Director of Assessment