This site focuses on the prospect of using reproducible research methods for the design, production, and promulgation of reports related to the assessment of student learning. I am considering using this as a launching point to write an actual book on the subject. My most recent blog post is embedded in this page. All posts are available in the blog list in the navigation panel. I would love to hear your thoughts on these topics too. A Disqus forum is a available on all blog posts (just click on their titles to get there) to encourage an ongoing dialog. If you find something that you like, please share it with others using the social media share buttons at the right. Thanks!!

A Test Post

Welcome to another Reproducible Assessment blog post! I intend to use this post to experiment with my css tags for the site.

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## Some R code in a block

test <- read_csv("pretend.csv")
test <- test %>% 
	  filter(some columns) %>% 
	  select(some values) %>% 

Indented code block to
see what that looks like too.

A table:

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2 3 9
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This is a link

The quadratic equation, just for fun in MathJax