Join Amanda Wittman, associate director for community-engaged curricula and strategy, Office of Engagement Initiatives, on Twitter July 16-20 as she reads and discusses a book that’s been on her shelf. Throughout the week, Amanda will share her insights on The Tyranny of Metrics by Jerry Muller, especially as it connects to her thinking about student assessment and community impact, program development and the role of community engagement in the changing landscape of higher education.
Follow, read along and join the discussion @engagedcornell, July 16-20. #ECsummerread
- Book: The Tyranny of Metrics (2018, Princeton University Press) by Jerry Muller
- Article: ‘The Tyranny of Metrics’, an interview with the author in Inside Higher Ed
- Article: Assessment, Accountability, Metrics: Trying to Figure Out What Counts, Inside Higher Ed
- Article: The Tyranny of Metrics: The quest to quantify everything undermines higher education, The Chronicle of Higher Education